We caught up with Dimitri, who came in second in the 30-34 age group in the Spartan Beast held at Iskandar Puteri, Johor Bahru. We spoke to him about his training, his advice for first-time Spartan Racers, and his plans for the new year.
Kaylene’s a familiar face around Level, coming for Skill, Handstand and Movement Classes. We caught up with her after seeing her around for a year, and asked her about her training and herself.
As someone who has run a Spartan Race before, here’s what I think: whether you’re someone generally fit and strong, or if you’ve been inactive on your couch for 10 years, do your homework, and then take that next step.
Despite it being his first spartan race, Aneesh completed all the obstacles at the Bukit Timah Spartan Sprint on the 3rd of August 2019, coming in top 50 in his age category.
The next time you’re in the gym, do a thing or two for your lats. The lats stabilize against all sorts of human movement: bending, hanging, pushing, holding and twisting.
The base answer is a mathematical one. Depending on what you’re going to the gym for, the energy and fuel that you need to take back in will vary.
I’d say the first step to seeing change starts with exercise, simply because an hour three times a week is more actionable at first.
A better question whould be what is the optimal condition you need to be in to perform your day-to-day function.
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