108 Rob Barger: Go. Do. that is all.
Go. Do. That is all. Simple enough advice but when you are subjected to days of endurance and mental toughness, you have to keep it simple. Our guest got his interested piqued when he took part in a Ragnar Relay. The draw of obstacle racing was just enough running and excitment and he is now definitely all in. Workouts with hundreds, if not thousands of reps prep him for his next challenge and he shares some of the specific workouts he is using for training. For instance, he recently did 10,000 burpees in one month. Enjoy this episode of Athlete On Fire and get out there and do something amazing!
In This Show We Hear
- About sailing during his childhood
- A little about the Jersey Shore
- The roller coaster his dad had a hand in
- What event got his endurance interest piqued
- The perfect Burpee
- What he does for Spartan HQ
- His favorite obstacles. And least favorite
- His ridiculous pick ax workout
- What’s next?
Quote on Fire
“”The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy..”
Jersey shore tourists.
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