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They feel saw raw, gritty and primal – especially with when doing the bear-crawl sled drag! No matter your fitness level, they can challenge you.
Over the last 8 months she has been focusing on improving endurance – as she said: “to be less hare and more tortoise”. I was especially excited to talk to Chloe about her learnings from Bolton IRONMAN – which she brilliantly completed on July 16th (and how it affected her own training).
I’m looking a lot into strength training for endurance athletes. To build transferable strength, power and endurance without knackering your joints out hitting the tarmac for 100’s of miles.
Don’t forget to stalk Chloe on Instagram for more inspiration.