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One burpee at a time…One step at a time!!! How to Spartan-Up Your Endurance, Strength, and Moves for an Obstacle Challenge in 12 Weeks.


You never know exactly what lies ahead in obstacle challenges, but one thing for sure; expect mud pits, giant walls, barbed wires and at times a field of gladiators. The races are usually about 5-20km with 15 or more obstacles.

The terrain is rough and is nothing compared to your regular smooth pavements in the suburbs. But still, nothing gives so much thrill and fun like an obstacle race.

The race will test your endurance, upper and lower body strength speed and agility. If you want to compete with the top athletes, you should consider including these components into your training schedule.

Run a lot

You can’t beat seasoned racers without speed and endurance to run long miles. Ensure that you run frequently 6 or more weeks before the race day. Doing this will prepare you to hack the shorter, intense races.

Over time, you will build endurance. Train on trails and hills so that you’re better prepared to run on the steep hills and harsh terrains filled with mud.

Acquire strength

You need massive strength to swing from bars and rings, climb ropes and lifts heavy objects over a long distance.

Most of the obstacles you will face will test your physical strength. Therefore, incorporate pull-ups, push-ups, body weight squats and planks to your daily routine.

Enhance your athleticism

Nothing makes you win an obstacle race than a combination of core strength and endurance. You can achieve that by being athletic.

Do stretches, mobility drills, crawl under nets, practice climbing over different barriers to coordinate your mobility and enhance your athleticism.

Do full body exercises

Prepare your whole body for the race by focusing on all body parts during workouts. Ensure to involve as many muscles as possible to enhance overall body strength and endurance.

Incorporate exercises like squats, kettle bell, pushups, pull ups and pranks to enhance your moves.

Add fast workouts

Boost your cardiovascular strength by doing quick workouts and sprints. These consistent stops and starts will prepare you for the end of obstacles, so you don’t gasp for air after the intervals.

They will improve your speed and help you complete the obstacles on time. Remember, if you fail an obstacle you will get a burpee penalty and you don’t want that.

Train in a similar way as the race

To be better prepared, train in a similar way as the race.  Run on trails as opposed to pavements. Run hills to build endurance and strength and also do intense workouts.

Also, break your training into intervals because the actual race is broken up with obstacles. You can time yourself when running and do exercises at intervals.


The Challenge up Your Body and Mind Program includes race specific training program to make you better prepared for the race.

Ready for your first obstacle race?

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How to Improve Your Agility and Be Fearless During an Obstacle Race in 12 Weeks

Obstacle races offer a unique avenue to build your body and mind and have fun at the same time. You don’t need to be a pro athlete to participate in the races.

Despite that, be ready for tough challenges that will stretch your strength, endurance, speed and explore your weaknesses.

During the Challenge Up Your Body and Mind 12 week program, you will practice the actual obstacles just to prepare you and give you a feel of how the race will be.

You can never be completely ready for the exhaustion, adrenaline rush or fear of the real event. Nevertheless, with well-combined workouts in this program, you will be fearless and ready to tackle the obstacles.

Practice makes perfect

Nothing will drive fear than lack of practice. You will fidget and hesitate and before long you will have a burpee penalty in every obstacle.

Adequate preparation before the real event will help you build strength and endurance that is crucial to completing the race.

Climbing over walls, crawling through mud, carrying loads are some activities that you can expect.

Going through the Challenge up your Body and Mind Program will prepare you mentally and physically and make you ready for the event.

Start with the end in mind

What do you want to achieve at the end of the race? Imagine the well-built muscles and lean body, the confidence that you went through the course to the end and triumphed, the bragging rights at your office and the medals.

Also, you will have faced your fears and overcame all phobias. What else can boost self-esteem like that? You will also learn how to struggle through life challenges head on and survive in the long run.

Be positive

Fear can be crippling, daunting and a hindrance to enjoying life.  Learn to be fearless in the face of obstacles and shut off all negative thoughts and doubts that may derail you from focusing on winning.

Concentrate on the positive aspects of the race like having fun, making friends, overcoming your fears and winning.

Sign up for a training program

You must prepare adequately before participating in an obstacle race. You can’t wake up one day and go and join unless you want to fail terribly.

Your body must be given time to adapt before going for the vigorous races.

The Challenge Up your Body and Mind Program can help you work on your endurance, boost your whole body strength and improve your will power and self-confidence to complete the obstacle race.

The program will incorporate nutritional guidance so that you can optimize your health for good performance.

Obstacle races are unique in the sense that it requires the use of the entire muscle in the body. The result is that you will have well-toned muscles and improved stamina and self-esteem.

Challenge Up Your Body and Mind Program will guide you to condition your muscles, improve agility and speed and give guidance on nutrition for increased performance like never before.

The Ultimate Guide to Preparing for Your First Obstacle Run/Spartan Race.

Why You Should Sign up for This 12-Week Obstacle Course Program.

Are you looking forward to having an exciting time of adventure and crazy fun? Are you ready to get covered in mud and get the thrill of crawling under electrified wires?

If you have signed up for warrior dash or Spartan race or any obstacle race for the first time, you need someone to hold your hand as you learn the tricks and tactics of the race.

If you want to be successful in any race, it’s essential to have adequate training before you get to the start line.

You will need to develop courage, strength, and badass willpower to get you through the race so that you can cross the finish line with a victory smile.

Fortunately, the Challenge up Your Body and Mind Program will prep you for your first race and increase your odds of success.

Comprehensive training

Do you want to be conditioned before your next obstacle race? The program will include work out plans that will help you to boost strength and endurance and increase your speed so that you can complete the races on time.

The program will include all the basics for beginners and more info for frequent racers. For 12 weeks, the program will focus on strength building, increasing endurance and increasing speed.

You will train to be comfortable running 5-20 km by tackling nearly similar obstacles as in the main event. The course is designed to help you achieve maximum and includes rest days.

You will be ready to tackle any obstacle race organizers throw at you if you’re an active runner, athlete, or fitness trainer.

Nutrition guidance

The program will also include individualized nutrition guidance. What you eat before the race can make or break your chances to win or lose.

You can completely deplete your energy source and be bagged by fatigue if you choose the wrong regimen.

Lack of proper nutrition training before the race can lower your performance, slow you down and leave you very fatigued.

Confused on what to eat and drink to optimize your performance? This is the right program for you.

Boost mindset

How successful you will be in each obstacle is entirely dependent on your attitude. Believe that you can conquer any challenge thrown at you and you will.

Let fear control you and you will fail miserably. The training program will help you develop the right mindset to be successful.

Optimizing performance

The wrong attire can ruin your fun and hinder your progress. Some attire may look great only to fall apart during the race as you run.  We will help you select credible sources for your attire.

This 12-week program is meant to help you get to the finish line and get you to the victory side.

The program includes different workouts that will include running and some actual challenges that you will find in the obstacle race.

The program will help you to be prepared to move quickly, crawl through the mud, leap over walls effortlessly and be among the top cream.

What else will boost your self-esteem like that? What are you waiting for?

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This 12 Week Long Challenge Up Program Will Get Your Body and Mind to Finish an Adventurous Obstacle Race and Boost Your Self-Esteem.



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Are you tired of working long hours holed up in your office? Do you want to step out into an adventurous race that is mad fun and will boost your stamina and self-esteem?

Do you want to hang out with your buddies and have fun hill climbing, running, swimming and rope climbing and feel alive again?

Have signed up for your first Obstacle race but don’t know where to start from? Worry not I will tell you how.

Obstacle racing demands total body fitness. To get ready for an obstacle race you will need the training to ensure that you’re prepared to hack all the obstacles and have fun.

The Challenge Up Your Body and Mind course will focus on workouts for strength building, running, rope climbing crawls and endurance training.

Prepare to encounter a variety of races with this scalable training plan that’s designed to boost power, strength, and mobility.

Core areas in the course

Improving whole body strength

You will need both upper body and lower body strength to navigate under barbed wires, climb hills, climb ropes and carry sand filled bags.

You don’t want to run of out energy halfway through the race and miss out on the fun. The program will include some strength building to make sure you are ready to complete the whole race.

Increasing endurance

Obstacle races require a perfect combination of strength and endurance in competition. You will need explosive strength and endurance and stamina to complete the race.

Or else how do you keep going on and on in a 5 to 20km race full of obstacles and adrenaline rush, not forgetting barbed wires and the risk to be electrocuted?

Prior practice will help you do that. The course will include sprints, and long runs to build endurance so that you can get across the finish line.

Increasing speed and agility

The 12-week program includes a variety of workouts that will include running and some actual challenges that you will find in the obstacle race.

You can’t afford to get time penalties and burpee penalties because you failed to hack an obstacle as required.

 Nutrition guidance

Obstacle races will help you build an amazing athletic body by turning workouts as mad fun and also make fitness something to look forward to.

Moreover, it is a sure way to get new thrills and feel alive. Nevertheless, some people fail and walk the entire time.

While there’s nothing wrong in accepting defeat, you will boost your self-esteem if you can go through the entire event and even win.

You wouldn’t want to stop halfway through the race with the lack of energy, a rumbling stomach due to missing out on having healthy meals to boost your energy levels.

This course will give your training on how to get a lean body, what to eat and drink to get optimum performance and how to be in shape for the training and the race.

This 12-week program is meant to get your ready for the race, get to the finish line on the victory side.

What are you waiting for?

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How to Boost Your Whole Body Strength and Endurance to Finish an Obstacle Course Run in 12 Weeks

Obstacle races involve a variety of activities in each race which present complex physical challenges that are super fun but at the same time require adequate preparation to achieve their full benefit.

You don’t need to be a veteran athlete, but prior preparation and training will largely determine your overall performance in the races.

You need to have stretchable endurance so that you can breathe during the race and have as much fun as possible.

To enjoy the entire event and not just survive it you need to on a few areas such as endurance and strength.

Strength training

During the race, you will encounter obstacles that require massive strength, such as pushing logs and rocks and jumping through walls.

It is, therefore, important to work on both your upper and lower body strength since the lack of adequate strength will cause a challenge to pass even the simplest of the obstacles.

The best way to boost your whole body strength is by doing body weight exercises like push-ups, burpees, pull ups, squats and triceps dips. These exercises will boost your core strength and help to improve your balance.

Kettlebell exercises help to improve your grip so that you can tackle rope climbing and monkey bars obstacles during the race. The goal is to assist you manage your body weight and be as light as possible yet powerful.

Apart from running, you should also practice pull-ups on a regular basis to improve your upper body strength.

Pull ups are essential for obstacles like rope climbing and other challenges that require a lot of strength to push against gravity.

You can also incorporate squats and lunges to help improve lower body strength for running and also improve your stability levels.

Endurance training

You can boost endurance by doing a lot of low-intensity races over a stretched period. To handle the intense obstacles you will need to train your body before you handle similar challenges.

I would recommend having a long run each week until you are comfortable to run longer distances. If you can finish longer distances easily then, the shorter distances won’t be such a struggle, and you will emerge on the top.

The more you adapt to complex intensive workouts the more you’ll be competitive on the main.


Sprints and running in general boosts cardiovascular fitness. Moreover, in most races you will run about 5 to 20km therefore running should be a critical part of your training.

Combining sprints with strength training will go a long way to increasing your stamina and whole body strength. Sprints will also help you to recover faster between different obstacles and help increase your speed.

High-intensity sprints and climbing hills 2-3 days each week in the course of the training will equip you with endurance to complete the majority of the obstacles.

Training for an obstacle race is a fun way to get in shape and prepare for the challenges ahead.

Whether you are searching for a stress outlet or a fitness boost, you are sure to benefit from the feeling of accomplishment that comes with achieving a new and unique goal.

Do you want to boost your whole body strength and endurance before the race?

Sign up today for the Challenge up Your Mind and Body Program to get comprehensive guidance and secure your victory!


How to Boost Your Determination and Will Power to Finish an Obstacle Course Race in 12 Weeks

Obstacle races include a myriad of grueling and complex physical exercises. The races aim to boost the physical and mental capabilities of the participants.

It is also a nice way to break the monotony of office hours and from being stuck up in traffic. When you sign up for the course, you should be prepared to undergo adrenaline rush, climbing over walls and crawling under barbed wires.

So how do you keep on going to the finish line even amidst bruises, hair sticking up on barbed wire and your face covered in mud?

Adequate training

Your main aim of enrolling to the obstacle course should be to have fun. Nevertheless, you will encounter mud trails, barbed wires, and walls to climb and without prior training, you will fail badly.

You don’t want to stop halfway through the course and feel like a failure. You need adequate training to boost your strength and endurance.

Being ready for the race will increase your courage to face even the deadliest of the obstacles because you’re fiery and have overcome fear.

This Challenge up Your Body and Mind 12-week course including strength training, endurance workouts and agility will boost our chances to be confident and succeed in the challenges.

Have the right mindset

You probably have heard the much emphasis on the importance of having the right mindset if you want to achieve any goal, and I conquer with it.

Our thoughts affect our actions and can either make us win or lose because there is a relationship between our mind, thoughts, and actions.

Tactics like visualization, meditation and self-talk can boost your mental capacity to handle challenges.

Be careful about what you tell yourself. If you believe an obstacle is very hard and beyond your ability, then you will fail.

On the other hand, if you motivate yourself that you have all it takes to hack any challenge then success in the course is eminent.

Be positive

Don’t allow challenges to bring your motivation down. Failure should not make you feel bad about yourself. The obstacles could be tough, but you’ll feel so much better about yourself if you complete the course. After all, the race being tough is the essence of the thrill.

Knowing how you’ve been challenged and stretched yourself, faced your fears is what makes it even greater. You had a rough time, but you’ve done it!

Work with a team

Don’t go to the battle alone! Register with your colleagues at work or your friends or family members.

Team members will not only boost your morale and hold your hand when you fall but also, faster members can go ahead and win, and it will be counted to the time of your team. If you don’t have willing friends, you can always make new friends during the course.

Ready to have fun? Ready for your first obstacle race?

Sign up for the Challenge up Your Body and Mind Program to get you ready.

Also, encourage your friends to sign up and go have fun together. Remember you can do all that you set your mind to. The power is in your hands.