SISU:RADIO:25 Todd Sedlak > Feet on the ground, roots in endurance.
Having served for 10 years in the US military, Todd’s background prepared him for his time doing events like the Spartan Hurricane Heat, the Death Race and World’s Toughest Mudder.
What makes Todd that little bit different is that he’s not a believer in training. To him, the mental side of events where the body is pushed holds more weight. In this podcast, Cookie from Team SISU talks to the veteran about events he’s completed, some he didn’t and his time at Spartan Race when it was only a fledgling company.
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