'Warriors' are preparing to do battle as obstacle race series Total Warrior comes to the north of England this summer with thousands of competitors heading to Leeds and the Lake District on 27/28 June and 1/2 August respectively.
Warriors Prepare To Do Battle
Participants, or 'Warriors' as they're also known, will have the option of a 12k course on either the Saturday or Sunday. Some hardcore Warriors will choose to do both days and take advantage of the 'Super 12' discount on offer. There is also a section which is timed separately, with the fastest male and female participants being crowned 'Sprint King/Queen'.
Bramham Park near Leeds offers a magnificent setting; a spectacular stately home surrounded by rolling hills and woodland. Don’t let the serene stately home setting fool you. Come prepared for 30 punishing obstacles and earn your free victory beer.
The Lake District is known as the adventure capital of the UK and will host the Total Warrior for its fifth year. It is an ideal venue for an obstacle race with endless hills, rivers, mud, woodland and the rugged Lake District terrain. This is before the 25-30 punishing Total Warrior obstacles even get a mention!
Organisers say: "This is not your average fun run. Total Warrior cranks it up several notches so you need to be prepared for the ultimate test of stamina, strength and determination. With 30 punishing obstacles in each of its three locations, Total Warrior prides itself on offering greater variety and more obstacles-per-kilometre (or pain-for-your-pound) than any other race out there. So, if you want to avoid falling at the first giant hurdle, don’t forget the upper body training. And do bring a change of clothes to wear with your free finisher’s T-shirt at the after-party because you’re going to get a bit muddy. A big bit muddy."