This evening from Singapore one of the Spartan Race founders, Joe De Sena, took the time to talk to Mud Run Guide about the latest happenings with the company. In the video below Joe talks about the Agoge which just took place in Vermont last weekend. He talks about the Spartan Delta and how it fits into the Spartan Race ideals.
Spartan Race Agoge 001 took place over the weekend in Pittsfield, Vermont. The 48-hour extreme endurance event is put on by Spartan Race and part of the Training Trifecta for the Spartan Delta for 2016. The event is part endurance challenge and part educational workshop in survival skills. The winter edition of the race this year focused on two of the SpartanX Pillars of "Finding Your True North" and "Commitment".
The 2016 Winter Spartan Race Agoge 001 is complete. Of the thirty-three participants that began the challenge twenty-eight finished. Agoge is an extreme endurance challenge focused on conquering real world survival skills while focusing on several of the SpartanX pillars. This edition of the event focused on True North and Commitment among participants.
The Agoge 001 past of the Spartan Race Endurance series is currently taking place in and around Pittsfield, Vermont. Over thirty participants from around the world have gathered to test themselves physically and mentally. Agoge lasts over 48-hours and not only tests participants but teaches them the skills they need to succeed as the program progresses.
SpartanX is one of the newest offerings from Spartan Race as part of their education programming. The goal of SpartanX is to enhance and teach mental fortitude through online modules. The educational course is driven by the Spartan Principles.