Where does this all begin?
Are you an obstacle course racer?
Do you have to run without a shirt on?
Why are there so many different types of races and courses?
What is a burpee? And why does my friend say I need to do 30 of them, right now!
The first obstacle to any obstacle course race is overcoming your fear of the entire event. And the best way to overcome that fear is knowing what to expect.
Over the last 3 ½ years I’ve run over 30 obstacle course races and learned so much in that time. Today I help other racers on and off the course learn how to complete obstacles and prepare for their upcoming races.
That’s why I’m excited to announce The Normal Guy’s Guide to Obstacle Course Races, a complete work that covers everything you need to know to prepare for your next obstacle course race.
The book is based on my OCR journey learning how to compete at obstacle course races and make the experience more enjoyable.At one point every racer had no clue what the experience would be like. I was lost and so was every elite racer when they showed up to their first race.
Now, no one needs to feel out of place.
Attack the course with confidence!
This book includes answers to many questions you may have about an upcoming race and many you did not know to ask.
Everything from registration, what kind of races are available and even what you should pack are covered.
After the race you will also know how to clean up and download your photos to share with your friends and family.
Many race preparation and race day details overshadowed by the fear of climbing ropes and throwing spears. You need to know how to take care of the little things so you can sprint to the Twister with confidence.
And yes, there’s details on every single Spartan obstacle and how to complete each one of them. This includes 3 pages on how to throw a spear and nail it every time.
There’s over 60 pages of obstacle details and tutorials, broken down by obstacle type, including photos.
You’ll also find helpful workouts and a workout plan to get you ready for your upcoming race.
The book is over 230 pages detailing the history of obstacle course racing, all the pomp and circumstance of the festival area, registration, what to pack and gear suggestions.
Whether you’re worried about monkey bars, multi-rigs or if you can run 4 miles, you can have the confidence to sign up for that first race today.
Once you run your first race chances are you’ll be hooked like I was.
Don’t go to your next race without this complete guide to obstacle course races.
And as a bonus you also receive a 28-day workout plan for your next race and a packing checklist to make sure you don’t forget anything important on race day.
Be sure to get your copy right now!