Endurance athletes are unhealthy. I’m just sayin’. Sure, on the outside we may look like pristine, spandex-clad Greek gods and goddesses out dominating Ironman…
Whether you are just getting started in obstacle racing, you want to completely dominate your race, or you just want to have an absolutely amazing, lean, muscle-defined body, the six plans you get in this training manual will equip with you with everything you need to train for each distance, including exercise instructions, helpful videos, obstacle training and racing resources, and much more.
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When was the last time you did an intense, explosive workout, challenging your body to move as quickly as possible and requiring your undivided attention and focus? If recently, you probably recall that it was hard. Much harder than usual. Most people train within a comfort zone, with comfort being largely determined by what the nervous system is used to doing. Anything beginning to push beyond that familiarity will be met with resistance. And that’s because you’re asking your nervous system...
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Patrick McKeown completed his clinical training in the Buteyko Breathing Method at the Buteyko Clinic, Moscow, Russia in 2002 and was accredited by the late Professor Konstantin Buteyko. Patrick has spent the last 15 years working with tens of thousands of children and adults worldwide, who experience breathing pattern disorders, sleep disordered breathing and anxiety.
“To toss a stone in the air from one hand and catch it in the other as you walk along, for half an hour or an hour at a stretch—to throw forward the arms, with vigorous motion, and then extend them or lift them upward—to pummel some imaginary foe, with stroke after stroke from the doubled fists—to take very long strides rapidly forward, and then, more slowly and carefully, backward—to clap the palms of the hands on the hips and simply jump straight up,...... [read more]
In her new book The Thyroid Connection, Dr. Amy Myers, my guest on today's podcast, teaches you how to take your health into your own hands. Dr. Myers, originally misdiagnosed herself, understands the struggles of thyroid dysfunction firsthand. Fortunately, she also knows how achievable recovery and well-being are, and just how to get you there.
True hunting that is much more like the way that our ancestors would have fended for their nutritional needs is far different than what we think of when we think of hunters these days. But fortunately, many modern hunters are now embracing the concept of enhancing their nature and sensory awareness, wilderness tracking and survival, and they’re now incorporating impressive amounts physiologically appropriate hunt training, breathing techniques, and heart rate control.
Individual Triathlon Coaching Take yourself to the next level and learn exactly what you need for ultimate success in triathlon, cycling, marathoning or ultra-running with a complete customized training program. This package is available for athletes anywhere in the world, and successful for novice, age-group, or elite competitors. It is the gold-standard training program to have you 100% prepared for any endurance challenge you’d decided to complete.
…but lately, I’ve been making a very concerted effort to consistently do deep nasal breathing, rhythmic breathing and breath hold tactics during walks, weight training sessions, road trips and beyond. And by concerted, I mean consistently, every day, until these forms of breathing become fully automatic.
Today we live in the thrall of constant climate control and exercise only when our office schedules permit. The technologies that we use to make us comfortable are so all encompassing that they sever the biological link to a changing environment. Now we hate the cold and the heat. We suffer from autoimmune diseases. And many of us are chronically overweight. Most of us don’t even realize that natural variation – sweating and shivering – is actually good for us.