There is an overwhelming amount of information that can be found about sports nutrition. However, most of that information wasn’t designed with OCR athletes in mind. Two OCR experts weigh in on what you should be eating to fuel your training.
After almost a year and a half away, Spartan Race returned to Alabama for a weekend full of dirt and obstacles. For the first race in Alabama since 2017, they returned with Super and Sprint courses, and a new location just up the road from Mobile.
December - a month known for eating too much at family holiday dinners and watching Christmas movies from a comfortable laying down position on the living room couch. It’s too cold to run outside even in southern Louisiana. In other words, it’s a good month to do some inactive recovery on the couch and to not think about the 2019 OCR season until 2019.
This past weekend, my son had a chance to do more than a homemade obstacle course in the living room. He got to be the one that dragged me to a race. Okay, maybe I helped scout out the race. It’s not easy to find a race when you’re only four and don’t have a credit card.
There’s a growing number of OCR podcasts that can make a long run or even a long commute home from work more interesting. If you’re looking for an OCR podcast to listen to (or to discover another), here’s a nearly comprehensive list of obstacle course racing podcasts.
Near record-breaking heat. More hills than anyone thought possible in Louisiana. Almost more obstacles than could fit on to one course. That’s the Battle OCR that took place on July 21, 2018 in St. Francisville, LA.