E. 35 How to Use Spartan Racing to Conquer Depression And Physical disabilities With Robert Mott

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Welcome to Episode 35 of the Obstacle Order,

This is the second installment of the new segment on the show called Motivation Monday’s.  Here we highlight one person who has used Spartan Race to help transform their life.

This week Robert Mott Joins the show.  Mott was born with bilateral club feet, scoliosis and kyphosis of the spine.  Naturally, these disabilities would limit normal life activities, let alone completing a Spartan Race.  Robert takes us through his journey to transcend his physical limitations and do the seemingly impossible.

In 2009, Robert Mott’s doctor informed him if he did not get surgery to correct his Kyphosis he would either die or be permanently paralyzed because his vertebra would eventually sever his spinal chord. That surgery turned out to be a turning point for Mott as the rebound was a challenge. But from the low point he has ascended to new heights he could have never imagined growing up.

Listen to this episode to learn Learn how Robert Mott battles depression and physical disabilities and inspires others.

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