Individuals like Kati are a perfect example of the Spartan spirit. We congratulate Kati on being a SUPERMOM.
Bohemia, NY (PRWEB) May 14, 2013
On May 14, Spartan Race details the amazing story of Kati Rose Scheetz and her daughter in its ongoing SUPER MOM series.
According to the Spartan blog, Spartan Race, along with partners SNAP Infusion and Vitamin Angels, is highlighting mothers who participate in races, mud runs, and other obstacle racing events in its blog until Mother’s Day. Scheetz, an avid runner, just finished her second obstacle course race in Fort Carson, Colorado and improved her time by 45 minutes.
Scheetz trained vigorously for the Spartan Colorado Military Sprint, but says that her biggest motivation is her 2-year-old daughter, Faith Rose, nicknamed “Bug.” Bug, who was born prematurely, must still be fed through a feeding tube and has been in and out of the hospital since birth.
Caring for Bug and completing the Spartan Race is what makes Kati a “SUPERMOM.” Scheetz credits Bug as her motivation. “I want her to grow up in an environment where healthy eating and being active is the everyday normal,” she says in the Spartan blog.
Spartan Race’s CEO and co-founder, Joe De Sena, believes Scheetz is a great role model for racers. “Kati trained hard to set a positive example for her child,” he says, “Individuals like Kati are a perfect example of the Spartan spirit. We congratulate Kati on being a SUPERMOM.”
Spartan Race, voted Outside Magazine’s Best Obstacle Race in 2012, is the world’s leading obstacle race series and the first of its kind to have global rankings. Spartan Race is a timed event series featuring races at three escalating distances in locations worldwide that culminate in a World Championship Finale with cash and prizes for the champions. While featuring competitive elite heats, Spartan Races are for athletes of all levels and abilities and are geared towards ripping people off their couches and into the outdoors. Go to http://www.spartanrace.com/ for more information, a schedule of events or to register for a Spartan Race. For videos, please visit http://www.spartanrace.tv.