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obstacle course run - burn fat and calories

by:KK INFLATABLE      2020-06-17
Many years ago, obstacle course competitions were held on long-distance obstacles and rugged terrain.
In the first half of the game, one team was behind all the other teams.
As the game entered the second half, the backward team began to gradually accelerate the pace and finally passed the first place of all the other teams.
How did they go from being the farthest behind to beating all the other teams to winning the obstacle course?
What is their secret? Â 1.
Food is your fuel and don\'t try strenuous obstacle classes on an empty stomach.
Focus on cheering your body with high quality carbohydrates, fat and protein.
Don\'t forget to be hydrated before and during the obstacle course activity.
High quality refers to food created by nature, not artificially manipulated by fruits, vegetables, beans, nuts and whole grains.
Beans, nuts and whole grains can provide all the protein you need. 2.
Listen to your body and understand how your body is performing during its activities.
Understand that the weather will affect the performance.
If the weather is hot and humid, fatigue will make you visit earlier and faster.
Not only do you need more water, but you also need more electrolyte, which also means sodium and potassium. 3. Get a Check-
Make sure you are medically cleared for obstacle course activities.
This prevents unnecessary damage. 4.
Training is often conducted three months before the start of the event.
If your obstacle route is within the range of 3 to 10 miles, you must train regularly.
At the very least, you should train for at least four days a week, 30 to 60 minutes.
You will find a 10-week obstacle course exercise program on the Merrill Lynch Down & Dirty National Mud Run website. 5.
Keep in mind that activities that combine strength and endurance like obstacle classes will increase your heart rate faster and you will feel tired faster.
Adjust your pace accordingly so you can move on and complete the obstacle course.
Learn to slow down your pace while keeping running.
If you learn to apply this principle to reduce your speed and then back up when you fully recover, you can recover from fatigue while running. 6.
Complete Body strength you need complete body strength and good muscle endurance to successfully complete the obstacle course.
Your training should reflect what your body needs to do when performing an obstacle course.
So you need to combine strength training with cardio.
Training camp style classes are a great way to combine strength with aerobic training.
Your core, chest, arms and legs will get the type of exercise they have prepared for the obstacle course.
If you go for a run, push-
Do sit-ups, squats, or other sports intermittently along the way.
If you are used to running, it will be a new experience for you and your body, and you don\'t want the experience to be new when you reach the obstacle route. 7.
Muscle endurance refers to the ability of muscles to work continuously in a state of fatigue.
This is not only a very healthy muscle, but also a muscle that maximizes your performance on the day of the obstacle course activity. 8.
The table is essential for the ObstaclesGood Form, which will help you prevent damage and allocate energy on the way forward.
Good mechanics will save you energy not only while running, but when performing obstacles, allowing you to have better time throughout the event.
Your action plan: Start the combination of aerobic and strength
Training program to prepare for the successful completion of the obstacle course running.
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