Rose Wetzel is back on the podcast! This time around we are talking about balancing motherhood and her career as a professional obstacle course racer. Rose has been a professional obstacle racer for years on the Spartan Pro Team, competed on American Ninja Warrior more than once, and is sponsored by some incredible companies.
Getting to chat with Rose is always a pleasure as she is honest, raw, and shares how she feels. We talked about why she choose to let the Spartan Up Podcast into her delivery room, changing poopy diapers, and how some setbacks during childbirth made her change some of her athletic goals and timelines. Finally, we touched on travel, racing, and parenthood. All that and more this episode.
If you missed Rose the first time on the podcast you can find her on Episode 25.
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