Obstacle Course Racing | Off The Grid Fit

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OBSTACLE COURSE RACING

Obstacle Course Racing (OCR) requires specific training just like running a marathon or racing in a triathlon. However, the skills required are very different. To do well at obstacle course racing you will first need to have endurance. Add to that good upper body strength, balance, agility and grit. The great thing about OCR is that with the addition of weighted carries and other strength orientated obstacles, it helps to level the playing field so while running may benefit the smaller lighter athlete, the carries benefit the larger stronger athlete.

GET YOUR FREE 8 WEEK OBSTACLE COURSE RACING PROGRAM, Success!

At Off The Grid Fit we have created an eight-week plan

Divided into four training categories – Running, lifting, bodyweight mastery, and weighted carries

It is a comprehensive plan to prepare you for any course from 3-8 miles. It covers everything from speed, strength, endurance, balance, stability and race-specific skills.

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Don’t waste your valuable training time! In 4 weeks time you could be a doing the same training sessions, getting lethargic, over/under-training, taking time off for aches pains and injury or you could be faster, stronger, more enduring and full of energy.

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DEFINE YOUR GOALS

Contact us for
a free consultation

Don’t waste your valuable training time! In 4 weeks time you could be a doing the same training sessions, getting lethargic, over/under-training, taking time off for aches pains and injury or you could be faster, stronger, more enduring and full of energy.

Call Us

  • * All indicated fields must be completed.
    Please include non-medical questions and correspondence only.
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.
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