You might already know that adventure races have become one of the most popular in the country in the past year. The most popular races signed up for include Tough Mudder (which I did), Warrior Dash and last but not least, the Reebok Spartan Race.

If you haven’t experienced a Spartan Race (I’m planning on one this year!), I’d recommend looking into it — and here’s why. They are world wide, full of mud, full of fun, full of challenge and a deserved sense of accomplishment  They also have all levels of race — from beginner to super advanced.

Reebok Spartan Beast World Championships

Spartan is stepping it up this year, for the Reebok Spartan Beast World Championships. That’s right, it’s big time. On December 7th, NBC will broadcast this. Check out this video promo:

This is sure to be a crazy, exciting televised event. Reebok is even hoping folks will have watch parties for the viewing — and they will give your establishment a shout out online if you do! This is going to be the best athletes competing against one another in these extremely challenging adventure obstacles with fire, mud, water, ice,  and everything else you can imagine.

So, make sure you tune in on December 7th!

More importantly? Make sure you sign up for your own Spartan Race in 2014. Here’s a map of the places you can find races:

Best of all? I have a FREE race code for The Sweet Life readers to give away. Want win a FREE entry to any Spartan Race in the continental U.S. in 2014?

——> WIN A FREE ENTRY: All you have to do is leave a comment below telling me where you would want to do it! I’ll choose a winner on Wednesday of this week!

Even if you don’t win the free code, you can use this link to get 15% off any race — no strings attached!

***BLACK FRIDAY REWARDS: Additionally, will have major Black Friday discounts next week. Make sure you keep an eye on their site to see what kind of awesomeness you could get from one of my favorite fitness retailers! 

Have you ever done a Spartan Race? What do you think of adventure racing? 
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