A Different Kind of Gym
Whether you are a local or just visiting, the gym offers private sessions to help you make sense of the space, and what to do in it. Using assessments that speak directly to each commonly found obstacle in a Spartan Race (high push-up holds, dead-hang tests, 1.5 mile runs, etc), your trainer will create a plan to focus on strengthening weaknesses and allow you to retest each element in four to six weeks.
To help push you over-walls and across-monkey-bars, the gym’s program managers employ the Spartan mantra, which comes from Roman Stoic philosopher Seneca: “It is not because things are difficult we do not dare; it is because we do not dare that things are difficult.”
So, think about that when you’re trying to haul your bodyweight to the top of a 15-foot vertical rope.
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