EPIC Series is a seriously fun obstacle course race perfect for all levels of fitness!
The first of its kind, EPIC Series offers Novice, Intermediate, and Advanced options at every obstacle! No mud, no long-distance running, the EPIC Course features over 25 functional obstacle challenges packed into a winding course less than 2 miles long! Advanced athletes can test their skills in the ELITE Course, a gauntlet of 10+ tough strength challenges! Bring the kids for the KIDS Course where they can run, crawl, push, pull, and climb their way through 10+ kid-sized obstacles! Stick around for music, food, vendors, games, and more! We guarantee it’s gonna #beEPIC!
Perfect for all levels of fitness, the EPIC Course features 25+ obstacle challenges on a winding course less than 2 miles long!
Not for the faint of heart, the ELITE Course is an intense gauntlet featuring 10-12 of the toughest challenges to put you to the test!
A junior-sized version of the adult courses, the KIDS Course features 10-15 challenges on a course less than 1/4-mile long!
Epic Series Blog
Check out our blog for the latest news, tips, tricks and insights into the fitness world.
EPIC How-to: Burpee Box Jumps
Burpee Box Jumps are a staple found on our All Levels Course. This challenge combines two intense exercises—Burpees and Box Jumps—into one exercise that has it all: explosive upper and lower body movements that get your heartrate skyrocketing! Don’t be fooled by the seemingly low 10 reps; you’ll be glad it isn’t more by the… Read more »
EPIC Series on ORM
One of our newest EPIC athletes just wrote an awesome write up on our Robb Field event from this past weekend, for Obstacle Course Racing Media. Scott Brackemeyer is a “42 year old self described ‘Eliteish’ racer from Dekalb Illinois. The father of four loves to travel with his family to races to spread the good… Read more »
Adaptive Athletes Dominated EPIC Series
We had an EPIC group of adaptive athletes join us at our event in San Diego on June 11, 2016! Pictured here are Lindsay M Hood and Crossfit coach Chappie Hunter of Alpine Ranch CrossFit in San Diego. These two conquered the course together, always moving, taking little to no breaks, never quitting. The adaptive athlete group came with Movement Rx coach, physical… Read more »