Softly spoken and often going under the radar, Rob Barger avoids the limelight like a vampire avoiding the sun.
But it’s the quiet ones you should look out for.
Rob brings with him a wealth of experience in the world of endurance, having been a part of everything from the Death Race, Goruck Selection and most things in between. Harnessing that knowledge, he now brings a depth and dimension to not just the SISU Iron, but also to Spartan Endurance events like the Agoge and the HH12HR.
Cookie caught up with his long lost brother and talked about all things endurance.
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