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Obstacle Races (Read 408 times)

daphneford


    Obstacle Races is also perfectly suited for training for escape and evasion scenarios, fast and light bugout scenarios, and movement across a chaotic landscape that’s been affected by disaster.  In short, it’s a GREAT activity for preppers, The training required for adventure racing is varied, exciting, and stimulating to both the mind and body.

     

    For more info: www.conqueranycourse.com

      Hey, by "preppers" do you mean persons prepping for a goal race?  If so, I don't see how it's smart to train your butt off and then twist your ankle on an obstacle course, but okay.    

      "If you have the fire, run..." -John Climacus

        they are good for preparing for deployment overseas.  particularly if there is live firing during the event.

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          Obstacle Races is also perfectly suited...

           

          What do we suppose the initial thing is that Obstacle Races is good for?

           


          Fast is better than long

            Obstacle Races is also perfectly suited...

             

            What do we suppose the initial thing is that Obstacle Races is good for?

             

            income generation for obstacle race directors

            2014 Goals: 2500 miles / sub 2 800m / 4:30 mile / sub 16:30 5K


            Give a man a fire and he'll be warm the rest of the night;
            Set a man afire and he'll be warm the rest of his life.

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            Scout7


            CPT Curmudgeon

              they are good for preparing for deployment overseas.  particularly if there is live firing during the event.

               

              *snerk*

               

              Nothing says "Keep your head and ass down" like large caliber rounds whizzing overhead.