Instinct may tell you to push harder to go faster, but Brakken Kraker shares the key to going fast without burning out.
Lefty Kapanadze learned the struggle of obstacles as a young man growing up in the harsh poverty of war-torn Republis of Georgia. He has since used those trial to dominate OCR on multiple levels.
Rea Kolbl journals how she maintains her fitness even during vacation through running and exploring.
Rebecca Hammond entered the OCR world in March 2018 and shocked the everyone with second place finishes at Spartan North American Championships, Spartan World Championships and OCR 3k World Champs. Now in her sophomore season, Hammond has quickly evolved from "dark horse" to crowd favorite.
by Morris "Mo" Brossette | It is, after all, a large majority of an obstacle course race. However, it can be one of the hardest skills to master, unless you do it properly. I am talking about running of course. As an endurance coach I have successfully coached many athletes to a successful running career,... Continue Reading →
by Morris "Mo" Brossette | It is one of the main obstacles that strikes fear in many OCR athletes, and is one of the primary obstacles athletes ask to work on when they come to one of my clinics or classes. The rope climb… Usually placed near the end of a race and likely just... Continue Reading →