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Obstacle Racing – The Core Training Workout

20 Aug 2012
If you’ve read my core training series, you should be familiar with the benefits of the core along with exercises that you may already include in your training program. Core training will help you with your obstacle racing prep. A strong core will help you meet head on the challenges you’ll face in an obstacle [...]... Continue Reading »

All You Need to Know about the Core: Putting it All Together (Part 3 of 4)

1 Aug 2012
This entry is part 3 of 4 in the series Core Now that you know the basic and progression core exercises, how do you integrate them into your training? You have at least four options on when to work your core. Which one you choose will vary depending on your overall fitness level and goals [...]... Continue Reading »

All You Need to Know about the Core: Advanced Training (Part 4 of 4)

26 Jul 2012
This entry is part 4 of 4 in the series CoreOnce you’ve mastered the drawing in maneuver, plank hold, and bridges, you should be ready for more challenging core exercises. You may have noticed from the previous post that even the most basic core exercises may also strengthen other muscle groups. For example, the bridge [...]... Continue Reading »

All You Need to Know About the Core: 3 Foundation Exercises (Part 2 of 4)

19 Jul 2012
This entry is part 2 of 4 in the series CoreSo now that you’re sold on the benefits of the core, how do you work it out? As I mentioned in my previous post, it’s very likely that you are already training your core. Most exercises, when performed correctly, engage core musculature. But there are [...]... Continue Reading »

All You Need to Know about the Core: Benefits (Part 1 of 4)

12 Jul 2012
This entry is part 1 of 4 in the series CoreCore has been a buzz word in fitness for some time now. When a task requires some balance or an extra bit of strength to perform, we’ll often say, “use your core!” For most, we often interpret engaging the core as synonymous with squeezing your [...]... Continue Reading »




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