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ObstacleFit.com Launched

By Pete Williams

ObstacleFit3 With the recent publication of our e-book Obstacle Fit, we’ve launched a companion website – ObstacleFit.com – that will cover all things related to the booming sport of obstacle racing.

We’ll continue to to cover the world of Florida endurance sports, including Florida-specific obstacle races, here at EnduranceSportsFlorida.com. But if you’re looking for the definitive site for obstacle race news, training tips, and videos, as well as a comprehensive list of races around North America, check out ObstacleFit.com.

Obstacle Fit the book – Your Complete Training Program to Run Fast, Conquer Challenges, and Discover Your Inner Spartan, Mudder, or Warrior,” was released last month and is available at the moment for just $4.24 on Amazon.com and Barnes & Noble.com.

PeteHanging“Obstacle Fit is a must-read for anyone who wants to race at their peak,” says Adam Campbell, the fitness director of Men’s Health magazine. “Pete Williams has created a cutting-edge training plan that will help you perform better, reduce your risk of injury, and literally overcome any obstacle in your way.”

“Obstacle Fit is exactly what I’d expect from a masterful writer like Pete,” says Lou Schuler, co-author of the “New Rules of Lifting series. “It tells you as much as you’d ever want to know about the subject, including how to train for it, in Pete’s signature writing style – upbeat and entertaining while also thorough and useful. If you currently race, or have any interest in starting, this is the book you need.”

An excerpt from the Obstacle Fit book appeared today on Livestrong.com.

 

 

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Ten Toughest Endurance Challenges

By Pete Williams

An Ironman 70.3 race is among the toughest challenges (you may actually do)

The folks at Livestrong.com asked me to make a list of the “toughest endurance challenges (you can actually do).” So no double Ironman races, 100-mile runs, or marathon swims.

I doubt if anyone has done all 10 since you’d have to be into distance running, adventure racing, triathlon, stand-up paddleboarding, and open-water swimming. Plus several of the events only have been around for several years. But I’m guessing someone will knock out all ten at some point.

If you live in Florida, you’re in good position to tackle the list since 6 of the 10 events come to the Sunshine State.

Here’s the LIST. How many have you done?

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