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Getting started in Obstacle Course Racing (OCR) with TheAthElite's Steve & Steph, NBC's Spartan Race TV Series Season 1 Contestants Did you just learn what the acronym "OCR" even means? You are in the right spot! OCR Radio was created for those just getting started in OCR to those who have some races under their belt and working to improve their standings in their age group and possibly even give an elite heat a try.
 
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As an athlete, you have most likely sustained an injury. As an obstacle course racing athlete, you have probably sustained more than the average athlete. We are pretty familiar with the recommendations our doctors give us when we sustain an injury, but what about the psychological aspects of an injury?Another topic seldom covered, but oh so relevan…
 
Sarah Duvall: Physical Therapist: Personal TrainerAn adventure sports athlete at heart, Sarah takes functional training to a whole new level. With over 15 years of experience in the health and wellness field, as well as a Doctorate in Physical Therapy, Sarah knows what it takes to overcome injuries. In her unique approach to treating patients, she …
 
You may have seen the show, but did you hear the behind the scenes stories during filming? We raced as the Charleston Warriors in Season 1 and we lived to tell about it, so Elea came onto OCR Radio to share more about her race experience on that freezing cold day in December.This was unlike any other experience and per usual, we had a blast doing i…
 
Learn this technique ONE TIME and move better for the rest of your life.David Weck is the inventor of the BOSU Ball. You know… that blue half-dome you see EVERYWHERE and probably even own yourself. David has gone on to invent other game-changing pieces of equipment and has been studying running technique in a way most of us study our social media. …
 
Nicole Kifer has been a certified personal trainer since 2007 (NASM). In her 10 years in the fitness industry, she has also extended her knowledge by getting certified as a Corrective Exercise Specialist, Fitness Nutrition Consultant, Spartan SGX Coach, Heart Rate Performance, and Reactive Training Specialist. Quote of the show... "Once I did my fi…
 
Mike and Brett are the go-to guys for kettlebell training in Charleston. I had the pleasure of attending their training facility when I lived there, and thought they would be perfect guests to talk about the benefits of kettlebell training for obstacle course racing athletes.Quote of the show... "Quality movement trumps everything."Take a listen to…
 
Julie's athletic experience extended all the way to playing professional volleyball in Spain prior to a career-ending injury and doctor's orders of stop everything you are doing if you don't want to be in constant pain. That's a tough pill to swallow for any athlete and as a 23 year old professional athlete, Julie wasn't willing to give it all up. …
 
It's not rocket science...While there is a lot that goes into nutrition, you really don't have to be a rocket scientist to know how to fuel your body. As athletes, we are always pushing for an edge... more... better... faster, but when we get down to it, if we aren't covering the basics, the rest won't matter.What does covering the basics look like…
 
First realize that people will most likely look at you like you are completely nuts at first. It's ok. We thought this sport was crazy at first too, and then we did our first race. We were hooked! Even if you train on your own, it is really great to find like-minded people who share your passion for getting down and dirty. Here are a few suggestion…
 
Successful hydration starts long before race day…Many people think they can just start increasing their water intake the day before a race and call it good, but proper hydration starts well before that. How long before? Well, experts haven’t exactly nailed that down yet, but they do know we should be paying very close attention to our hydration for…
 
How you train depends on where you are starting...The how to train for a Spartan Race, how to train for a Tough Mudder, how to train for a Warrior Dash, etc. questions all fall under the umbrella of how to train for an obstacle course race. While the question is simple, the answer isn't quite as simple. It isn't super complex either. Let's take a l…
 
We often hear the question, "what should I wear to my first obstacle course race?"One of the most attractive points of obstacle course racing is the minimal gear required to participate. You can realistically race with just a pair of shoes, socks, shorts/pants, and a shirt (debatable). Unlike many other sports, you don't need to go out and spend th…
 
Are you trying to figure out what to expect at an obstacle course race? Listen here to Part 2 of our 12-Part Getting Started in Obstacle Course Racing Series to see when to arrive, what to do for a warm-up, and best photo ops. See full show notes here: http://www.theathelite.com/getting-started-ocr-series-part-2/Don't forget to subscribe to our sta…
 
Do you have what it takes to complete an obstacle course race? Listen here to Part 1 of our 12-Part Getting Started in Obstacle Course Racing Series to see if there is really anything to fear. Don't forget to subscribe to our station so you don't miss an episode: https://soundcloud.com/user-410598574…
 
Welcome to OCR Radio.Our mission is to provide a relevant resource for you, the modern-day warrior - busy professional, stressed out parent, and someone looking for something to make you feel ALIVE again.Getting started in Obstacle Course Racing (OCR) with TheAthElite's Steve & Steph, NBC's Spartan Race TV Series Season 1 ContestantsDid you just le…
 
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