Are you ready to take on the Ultra Beast? Or really any ultra endurance event. If so you better have a plan in place and you better follow through. Better yet, get some training advice from some of the best in the business.
In this special Ultra Beast episode I dive deep into Ultra training with three elite coaches. They discuss the most important aspects you MUST consider with training from running, to strength, to fueling, to staying healthy, and must more.
I discuss these crucial elements of training with CJ Wagner from Misfit Strength and Conditioning, Mike King from Kings Camps and Fitness, and Gary Lombardo with Ascend Sports Conditioning.
If you have ever thought about training for an Ultra Beast or have already signed up you won't want to miss these awesome tips on how to best prepare yourself for the ultimate challenge.
Complete Show Notes: www.ocrunderground.com/episode-54
In this episode I share some of my thoughts on finding purpose in your workouts. Are you just working out to work out or are you following a program to get you better at specific things? I share some thoughts on how I choose certain exercises and help you find the best workout for you.
In my research review I dive deep into genetics. Do you consume caffeine for its performance enhancing benefits? If you do you might want to check this out. Caffeine can actually decrease endurance performance based on your genetics. This is some really interested research coming out and can really help guide us to more specific programming.
And finally in our coaches interview, I have SGX Coach Joseph Bautista back on for a 3rd time. In this episode he talks all about using unconventional tools for an unconventional sport. We heavily focus on using sand bags for a better workout. He shares how not only can you can an intense workout with this tool, but it can actually improve your movement, better than some traditional tools. Make sure to check out below for some sample exercises and workouts using sand bags.
He also shares a few other popular unconventional tools he has been using with clients as well as some cheaper alternatives to some popular training tools.
All this plus much more.