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Building Endurance and Stamina

It is no wonder that people are looking to boost their endurance and stamina. With the barrage of obstacle course races, triathlons and extreme running events popping up across the country and around the world, encompassing short sprints and Herculean distances alike, these two traits are key. 

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Training for a Marathon: How to Prepare for Success

So you want to run a marathon? Completing 26.2 miles is an awe-inspiring accomplishment that requires commitment and dedication. But it is not a walk in the park! You need a base of a minimum of three to six months’ worth of running four times per week. (It’s even better if you’ve been running for a year or more.) You should be able to comfortably complete a run of six miles. And you should have run at the very minimum a few 5K races.

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FFA Blog: How to Train for an Obstacle Race

Obstacle races are a big feature on the sporting event calendar. Their popularity is due to the diversity of the physical challenge, with many different activities in one race. Being a well-rounded athlete will absolutely help performance and will determine how much fun you have!

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Could Caffeine Aid Endurance Performance?

Caffeine is bad, caffeine should be avoided and we should all use only caffeine-free or reduced caffeine products. That is what we're told anyway. Caffeine isn't however quite the monster that some people would have us believe, particularly when you are using it to boost your endurance performance. 

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