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MORE THAN A CHALLENGE, A WAY OF LIFE
The BattleFrog Obstacle Race Series is one of the nation’s fastest growing outdoor fitness events. Expertly designed by Navy SEALs and SeaBees, BattleFrog is heralded as one of the top OCR companies by industry publications and is widely considered the most challenging Elite Points Series events in OCR.
THERE IS NO OBSTACLE BIG ENOUGH TO STOP YOU
Each BattleFrog features an 8KM course and at least twenty-five obstacles expertly placed into unique terrain to be challenging, fun and mentally engaging. BattleFrog features an exciting American-themed race festival with music, food, entertainment, fitness vendors and plenty of viewing areas to catch all the action. Every obstacle is completable, as BattleFrog is designed to bring together participants of all skill and experience levels.
GET READY FOR THE RACE OF YOUR LIFE!
The BattleFrog website will help you prepare for your best day at BattleFrog with unique training videos, technique primers and exciting fitness and nutrition information prepared exclusively by our Professional Athlete, Coach and Lifestyle Director Corinna Coffin. Whether you're determined to set a personal record, or to simply be outside with family and friends, you will be Stronger With Every Step.
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BattleFrog Series Reviews from the Community
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Hot, hilly and very good obstacles. Professionally ran event. Check in was the best, most efficient of the 8 or 9 events we have ran. Volunteers throughout course were friendly and encouraging. The best parts were taking time at markers to pay respects for those who paid for our freedom with their lives.
They are not forgotten and those markers helped reinforce why We were there.
Challenging, Quality, and Genuine Care
I was amazed by the level of quality we saw in their first race ever! Course was spaced perfectly and had a great balance between trail runs and obstacles. Obstacles were well engineered, strong, and safe. After the race, I must have been asked 15 times how I liked it by staff looking for improvement suggestions. These guys REALLY DO CARE! I was equally blown away by their willingness to help us with our IRun4 buddies and additional medals to mail out to them. My wife was amazed they had women specific shirts, rather than the unisex option. Without a doubt, we will be supporting this race going forward. Well Done BattleFrog Team!
Great Race- Great People
I want to say that it was a great honor to be a part of the Inaugural #BATTLEFROG here in Georgia as both a volunteer and a participant!
For being the very first time I can say that the crews running it stayed on the ball the entire time to ensure everything stayed running smooth and safe.
Oscar, the coordinator for the volunteers was all over the place taking great care of us. Micheal Donnelly, co-founder of Battle Frog was on the scene and personally motivating people to get across the FINISH. I had the chance to speak with him a few minutes on Saturday and if his attitude is the model, well then, success is assured!
Thanks to all the other SEALS and Founders, everyone was on point.
And though I didn't get their names, thanks to all the other crew who were running around, helping, working, motivating, pushing, and running around with radios, drills, water, and in the case of the showers- PVC glue and saws. Be it on the trails or on top of obstacles- these people WORKED! Though I didn't get to interact with everyone, their actions spoke for them!
Let me tell ya, those people are all dedicated to the Battle Frog MISSION and deserve a hearty slap on the back.
It was a great course, I did the 15K, lots of different difficulty levels that'll challenge anyone- my complete and total body pain this morning can attest to that! Every drop of sweat, bruise and aching body part was well worth it! HOOYAH!
This is a MUST DO Event!
Any event that has a Navy Seal demo has got my attention. Being the Inaugural event for this OCR there were going to be issues. But the positives far outweighed the negatives. So lets start with the negatives;
1) 15k was only just over 7 miles.
2) Afternoon heats seemed to be short volunteers on the course.
3) The 5K and 15K runners ran in the same heats. Some of the 15K runners ended up only doing the 5K - Signage was there so it may been a case of follow the leader and the leader was doing the 5K.
1) Did I mention the Navy Seal demo?
2) Awesome and well built obstacles.
3) Awesome Race Medal
4) Having a SEAL yell at you during the final mud crawl to "get your ass down and move it!"
5) Events for all members of the family - From a tadpole run, a 2.5k Jr. Bullfrog run to the 5K and 15K.
6) Did I mention the Nave Seal Demo?
7) On Sunday, they had markers throughout the course honoring their fallen comrades.
8) Being able to meet real Navy SEALs and to thank them for their services.
9) Meeting Don Mann (Google it) author of one of my favorite series of books, "SEAL Team Six" military thrillers - He is also the Race Director and was approachable to listen to concerns, complaints and compliments.
If this race comes to your area, you owe it to yourself to run it. You will not be disappointed. HooRah!!.
Seal Tough and a Formidable New Kid on the Block
I had the honor and privilege to be a part of BattleFrog's inaugural race in Conyers, GA, running in the very FIRST heat (15k elite) and in a later 5k heat! This course is solid! Obstacles are well-built challenges of strength, evenly spaced throughout the course, and manned by both Navy Seal volunteers as well as OCR volunteers! The festival area was well-designed with a variety of tents and activities to engage both athletes and spectators. The staff was friendly, helpful, and supportive throughout the day. The Navy Seals who manned the obstacles would ask for your name and would cheer you on as you took on the obstacles! While there were some obstacles which I have seen before at other OCRs, this course also had its own unique take on obstacles. The course designer utilized the natural terrain of the International Horse Park in a way which contributed to the enjoyment of the course! As the team leader of the biggest team, I also want to thank BattleFrog for providing us with a spacious tent (4- 10'x10' tents grouped together with chairs and tables) and beer tickets as our reward for signing up the largest number of people! Our GORMRs also served in many roles as volunteers on the course and did an excellent job! This race has definitely risen to my favorite OCR status! Kudos to all involved! Great medals, great course, great staff!