We are all anxious and very much anticipating the return to “normal” life post COVID19. The reality for a lot of us is that we may have to wait a few more weeks or months for things to start feeling normal. This is simply another obstacle we must face! Here are a few tips to help you get through the next 3-6 months.
As a fitness trainer, I have seen people start as “New Year’s Resolutioners” and instantly become regulars, but I have also seen many leave nearly as soon as they started for a variety of reasons. In an effort to help people stick to their fitness goals I wanted to provide a little advice for everyone in the fitness world to help make 2020 the best year for fitness yet.
Protein is an important part of an athlete's diet. Are you eating enough? Ashley shares some tips on how to incorporate more protein in your diet and shares some recipes that you can make this week!
Aaron Singleton and I had been chatting online this summer quite a bit and decided it would be neat to collaborate on an article. I wanted to show how it felt to go from road runner to obstacle course racer, and how it felt to go from obstacle course racer to road runner.
Athlete burnout is very common in the world of obstacle course racing. With events taking place year round, there is often not enough time to step away from the sport to decompress and refocus. As we begin the new year and a new race season, let's take a moment to look at the risk factors for burnout and develop a plan of action in the event you experience any of these symptoms.
In case the title of this article has you scratching your head thinking “how can clawing through mud and climbing ropes help change the world?” I’m glad I’ve got your attention. Obstacle Course Races (OCR’s), and their 2nd cousin the mud run, have many benefits to the individual and the community. Expanded outside of the local community – OCR really can change the world.Read on to find out how two simple concepts embodied by the sport of OCR can truly have a global impact and change the world.