From: FVT Boot Camp and Personal Training, Sacramento, CA –
Dear friend –
Have you signed up for a obstacle race – but when it comes to actually training for it, aren’t quite sure where to start?
Are you looking to not only finish the event, but finish strong?
Do you seek confidence, come event day, to take on what could be one of the toughest physical challenges of your life?
Forest Vance here – Sacramento, CA gym owner, boot camp instructor and personal trainer. And I’m excited to provide you with the ideal solution to your obstacle race prep needs. But more on that in a bit …
As you well know, simply signing up for an obstacle race – and getting physically and mentally ready for it – are two different things entirely …
These are tough events. ESPN describes them as “a true test of will”. Possible obstacles include everything from jumping through fire to throwing a spear to jumping over walls …
So we’re leading a training program to help you not only get ready for – but EXCEL at – your obstacle race!
now introducing …
FVT Obstacle Race Event Prep 2016
This event prep program is all you need to get ready for your upcoming obstacle race – and this is your official invitation to join in the action!
When you sign up for this special 8 week training program, here’s what you’ll get:
1) Once per week SIXTY minute training sessions, initially meeting at the FVT Land Park / Midtown – area studio, and potentially venturing out at different points during the program for runs/activities in surrounding outdoor areas.
2) Special workouts to help you prepare for the race – with things in mind like:
- Total body strengthening
- Building functional muscle
- Increasing flexibility and mobility
- Improving cardio endurance
- Improving mental toughness
- Getting you stronger, faster, and more athletic!
3) Workout activities will include, but not be limited to:
- Kettlebell exercises
- Body weight moves
- “Stretching” – normal and “exotic” variations
- Obstacle-specific exercises/workouts
Workouts will be held on Mondays (and two Tuesdays) at 6pm, beginning May 23rd and going through July 13th. Here are the currently scheduled training times:
- Monday, May 23rd @ 6pm
- Tuesday, May 31st @ 6pm (Memorial Day Re-Schedule)
- Monday, June 6th @ 6pm
- Monday, June 13th @ 6pm
- Monday, June 20th @ 6pm
- Monday, June 27th @ 6pm
- Tuesday, July 5th @ 6pm (4th of July Re-Schedule)
- Monday, July 11th @ 6pm
4) In addition to the once per week group workout, you’ll get a complete training plan for the 8 week prep period.
Even if you have to miss a training session here or there, you can rest assured you’ll still have workouts to complete on your own.
5) I’m also going to throw in a FREE digital copy of my “20 Tips to Crush Your Next Mud Run” report when you sign up today:
I wrote up this special report after recently completing a mud run myself. This is like “insider information”, and in it, you’ll find tips and tricks like:
- Specific drills you need to practice before the event – these aren’t things you’d do every day in your workout program, but they’re key to your success!
- Strategies to improve your mental and physical toughness for the event
- How to structure your cardio workouts to best simulate and prepare for what you’ll be experiencing in the race
- What specific fitness qualities are most important for mud run success
- The non-fitness drills you need to practice (odds are you’ve never thought of these!)
And much more …
We’ll be forming a team (or teams), but if you’re already registered for the race, no worries either – the main focus of this program will be on getting you physically and mentally ready for race day.
And one more important thing to note … when I put together any kind of training program – whether it be a single personal training session, a boot camp workout, a written/video/audio product, or a full blown print book – I put my all into it. And this program will be no different –
I’ve consulted with folks who’ve completed various mud runs over the last couple of years. I’ve poured over exercise science texts and journals, scoured the internet, and pulled out info and training programs from my own endurance event competition days. Just know that this program will be the real deal and that, if you follow my instructions to a “T”, you’ll be as prepared as you can possibly be come event day …
SPECIAL GUEST INSTRUCTOR!
Caleb Fong is a NCCPT certified personal trainer with experience in a variety of fitness related areas. His has completed 1 Spartan Beast, 1 Super and 3 sprints. Caleb will be joining us as a guest instructor for the program to help us strategize, avoid costly mistakes, and perform at our best on race day!
As you can see, I’ve made this program the ultimate solution for preparing for your obstacle race in 2016. And by now, you’re probably wondering “What’s the catch? How much is this all going to cost?”
Well, the honest truth is that this type of specialized training is hard to find. That being said, about $400 for an 8 week training program would be totally fair, and I feel 100% confident that you’ll get that much value out of the program …
But I’m not going to charge that much. No – I want to make this program affordable for anyone who is 100% mentally and physically committed to completing it. So here’s what we’ve decided on:
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Sorry – registration for this program is now closed. See you next time!
Does the registration for this program include race registration fees?
No. You’ll need to sign up on your own – and if you haven’t yet, do it now!
What if I miss a training session?
I’ll be posting the weekly workout plan online, so you’ll be able to complete the workout on your own. You can also make up the session at any one of our regularly scheduled boot camp times (see the full schedule by clicking here)
Can I just sign up for a few sessions to check out what you guys are doing?
Here’s the thing – this is a serious race. It’s going to challenge you physically and mentally in every way, even if you’re already in great shape. It could possibly be one of the hardest things you ever do in your entire life …
That being said, adequate preparation takes 100% commitment. So – the answer is no 🙂 It’s all or nothing with this one …
Do I have to actually sign up for the race to participate in the training?
As long as you’re 100% committed to giving the training your best and attending all the sessions you possibly can – no! And if you’re just looking for a program to get your [email protected]@ in shape over the summer, this’ll definately do the trick …
PS – Our obstacle race prep program is the ultimate solution for getting prepared for your obstacle race in 2016. You’ll run faster, get stronger and learn to conquer the obstacles with ease in weekly race-specific training sessions. You’ll also get a complete 8 week preparation program to make sure you’re confident that you’ll not only finish on race day, but finish strong.
PPS – This is a serious event that’ll challenge you mentally and physically in every way. If you’re not 100% committed to giving this preparation program everything you’ve got, then don’t sign up. But if you’re ready to challenge yourself like you never have before, if you’re ready to get in the best shape of your life, and have fun doing it, then sign up now!