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Upper Body Workout

In obstacle racing you need to be prepared to work any muscle at any time, WHILE you are aerobically maxed out. My upper body workout is designed to work all of your muscles in a wide variety of ways while pushing yourself aerobically. In a race, this allows you to run hard to an obstacle, work through the obstacle, and take off running again without having to take a rest break. I do not train for any specific obstacles, but ...

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How To Train For Obstacle Course Racing Teaser 2

have had many different diets over the years, I was even a Vegan for 6 years… I’ve tried many things to fuel my body for races, and have finally found the fastest and most efficient way to get my body what it needs. Find out what I do in “Hobie Call’s How To Train For Obstacle Course Racing” video. ...

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If you're training for a longer obstacle/adventure race, this is an excellent workout.  Running with the weight vest and doing a variety of throws and lifts with the rock is simple yet remarkably effective at working all of your muscles.   ...

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I am very excited to have conqueranycourse up and running, where I can finally share everything I’ve learned over the years about fitness and nutrition. I’ll be adding a lot of content over the next few weeks, but if there is something you would like to suggest or just talk about, feel free to leave your comments here…for the meantime, the forum is currently Under Development. Please check back soon

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