ENDURANCE WEEK 1: approximately 50 minutes to 1 hour. Even though you may doubt that 1-hour counts as an endurance training — wrong thinking –, we need to learn a lot about tactics and our energy system first.
COOK WEEKEND 1: It is rich, it is funny, it is explosively flavourful. Spaghetti with the red sauce has a Mediterranean sense of humour.
MUSCLE-UP WEEK 1: The most unpleasant obstacles at the Spartan Races all involve carrying some kind of weights. Therefore, you do a great favour to yourself if you practice the fundamental weight lifting movements with a heavy load.
SUPERHERO OF WEEK 1:“You won’t like me when I yoga.”
CONDITIONING WEEK 1: Every round is a test of your limits – ascend to the hall of fame on the burpee ladder.
RUN WEEK 1: Consider this first session as a test when we find our pace. We want to know what an intense but sustainable speed means, we want to experience what maxing-out feels like and we have to know how to recover for the next round without stopping.