Anna "MomStrong" Arsenault was first placed on our radar when she competed against other athletes on Spike TV's 'Steve Austin's Broken Skull Challenge.'

Although she didn't win, this mother of four refuses to be stopped. Arsenault keeps herself busy, not only as a personal trainer but she also teaches yoga, is the Ambassador for the Women of Spartan, manages her company MomStrong, and travels the country competing in obstacle course races (OCR).

Her relationship with the OCR community and the Spartan brand lead to her inclusion in NBC's latest reality show, from the producers of 'American Ninja Warrior,' called 'Spartan: Ultimate Team Challenge.'

The show description reads,

Groups of friends, families, co-workers and more must work together as they race across specially designed Spartan courses engineered to test their determination, endurance and will. Thirty-six teams will compete on the most demanding Spartan course ever devised and will have to push through the pain to win $250,000. 

In each episode, six teams of five players will compete in an intense physical challenge through an obstacle course. Each team will include one Spartan elite, one of which will be Arsenault, and together they will complete for the grand prize.

Arsenault and her team spent one week at a horse farm outside of Atlanta filming their segment.

The winning team from each episode will move on to face the biggest and most demanding Spartan obstacle course ever built. One team will emerge victorious and win the first ever Spartan championship. Hopefully that honor will go to one of Tuscaloosa's own!

'Spartan: Ultimate Team Challenge' is set to air this spring on NBC.