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PostPosted: Thu Jan 24, 2013 10:47 am 

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I am a 30yr old Hare Scrambles rider. I got a late start in this sport, as I started with motocross did some flattrack, and have been dabbling in this for the last few years with not so good results. I am an A level rider, but my fitness cannot back it up. I am 5'9 and weigh 226lbs. I know the answer to this is simple, hard work will take the pounds off and improve my fitness... I am not looking for a "magic bullet" but I would like some direction.

I have a very good selection of equipment in my home. I have a C2 model c, a trainer for my road bike, a bowflex, and a wide variety of freeweights.

I started doing the preseason workout listed in the "workout" section. I did the speed training and the interval weight training so far this week, and amazingly I already see some very small results. My question is; What is the best type of workout to do to drop some good weight (my goal is 185) as well as get my fitness to an A level so I can keep up my pace for 2+ hours. I dont need anything specific, just some direction of what I should gear my workout towards.


PostPosted: Thu Jan 24, 2013 11:11 am 
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The non-specific answer is to train 5 days per week and make sure your diet is clean and healthy. But I think you already new that.

The specific answer is to join the premium training community and let Coach Seiji take you through 5 months of training. Nothing like the motivation of receiving an email every morning on what to do that day. Premium training packages are set up based on the number of hours you have available to train each day. Strength workouts give you the choice of using either free weights, body weight, or the TRX. Cardio workouts give you the choice of running, rowing, or cycling. Everything is periodized and programmed so all the guess work is eliminated. For $20 bucks per month its a can't miss. And the first month is free!

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