Ashley R. ran the Boston Half-Marathon a couple of weeks ago! Ashley is the one with the hat.
By The Poliquin Group Editorial Staff
“Last year I completed Ironman Canada. It took me nine hours and 36 minutes. That’s relatively fast for an Ironman. Not “get a paycheck” fast, but fast. However, in preparing for the race, I only trained 8-10 hours a week. That’s about one third of the training volume of my peers.
I don’t have amazing genetics and I don’t use illegal performance enhancing drugs; nor was I wearing roller skates for the run. I simply live my life by a defined set of rules that give me an optimum amount of strength, stamina, and health that allow me to do things like an Ironman triathlon at the drop of a hat. I call these “The 10 Ancestral Athlete Rules.””—Ben Greenfield for TNation.com
Workout of the Day
Find your 1 rep max.
3 rounds for time of:
12 Power Snatches 95/65#
Post your scores to.
(To sale muscle-ups do ring dips)