Yesterday I was contacted by my friends at BattleFrog Obstacle Race Series, a relatively new but incredibly well recieved OCR designed by a team of U.S. Navy Seals (check out their resumes HERE), asking if I wanted to host a giveaway for my readers. I’ve never run a BattleFrog race (yet!) but I didn’t want to pass up the opportunity to give one of my readers an awesome opportunity.
So, what is BattleFrog? It’s another obstacle race, of course. But, in my “I’ve been around this muddy block a few times” observations, it’s not another replica of every other course out there. There are more than a few obstacles that are not only unique, but look incredibly challenging. But again, I cannot confirm nor deny with first hand experince, so for a better opinion, here are a few reviews from those who have run a BattleFrog.
BattleFrog Atlanta, GA review – via VPX
BattleFrog race series offer four different course lengths to suit pretty much everyone in the entire family. A little cut and paste from their site for your information:
Our namesake race is an intense course of approximately 15k in length, including a minimum of 25 of our signature SEAL-inspired obstacles. This course will be a combination of a timed race for serious athletes, as well as standard heats, meant to encourage teamwork and foster the spirit of cooperation among participants.