Cumulative micro-trauma is often the root cause of what appears to be a sudden debilitating injury. These little things, usually due to imbalance, asymmetric movements, poor body mechanics, and bad technique, silently add up over time if not corrected.
Full body stability training is a great way to target every muscle group while focusing core strength and balance work. Below is a 45 minute workout that you can incorporate to your workout regimen.
From Elite competitors vying for the podium each race to the open wave competitor, OCR Racers are incredibly driven. Get trips from a trainer on how to use that drive to improve your race performance.
Normally, when you do a major ultra-event, it will take you out of the competitive environment for a month, then a month to build back up to racing level. However, thanks to InsideTracker, I was able to bounce back sooner and here is how you can use their knowledge to recover quicker for your own racing.
The ankle is the most frequently injured joint of the human body. Unfortunately, ankle injuries are all too common in the world of obstacle course racing. The amount of ankle stability needed to maneuver the various terrain encountered during an obstacle course race is remarkable.