After some time off due to travel, I'm back and ready to talk all about OCR Training. With 2017 coming to a close I discuss the importance of looking back at your performance to help you look ahead for next year. And how sometimes what you take out of your program is just as important as what you put in it.
In this episode SGX Coach Alison Rosales gives a great Spartan Race recap for the Big Bear Beast and Sprint.
In our research review I discuss foam rolling. I talk about what foam rolling actually does for you plus we look at a really cool study examine the difference between foam rolling and using a vibrating foam roller. Is it worth the hype and the extra cash? Find out here.
And finally I interview SGX Coach Sarah Pozdol. Sarah is a mother, a coach, author and competitive athlete. Born and raised in Oregon, Sarah was exposed to fitness and athletics at a young age. She grew up watching her mother guide people in the fitness industry and personally excelled in softball, volleyball and track.
It wasn’t until her mid-twenties after having two children that Sarah realized her deep love for inspiring others. Through her projects, she has been able to apply her passion and knowledge of the dynamic training methods used in such sports as Obstacle Course Racing and CrossFit.
Sarah is the creator of Couch2Course, an 8 week program designed to prepare an unseasoned obstacle racer for their first races. As an athlete she has landed a top the podium in both CrossFit and Obstacle Course Racing.
In this interview Sarah discusses some of her training philosophies for OCR Training and share some great and inspiring stories with some of clients and how they overcame adversities. She discusses more about her knew book and how it can help you prep for your next race. Her program has an incredible workout plan with online videos and support system in place to help you along the way.
Complete show notes at www.ocrunderground.com/episode-43