Power Racing Fitness has teamed up with Restore/Thrive to create a performance-focused training program to guide any athlete to measurable results. The program was designed by Dr. Tim Cummings and Dennis Dolan, the head of Athletic Performance at Restore Thrive. The program is based on Power Athlete programming and tailored to crush the Power Race.
Increase your strength, lose weight, improve your low-end power, increase your VO2Max, and improve endurance.
The Power Racing Training Program is a proven plan used by athletes and trainers with measurable results.
Meet the coaches and receive a private invite to the Power Racing Training Program on the Train Heroic app. All it takes is an email address. You will receive an introduction email from Tim and Dennis and access to the program.
Establish Your Baseline
The second thing we do on day 1 is complete a Power Racing baseline test. The baseline test is comprised of the six Power Racing events: Deadlift, Bench Press, Wall Ball Squat Toss, Pull-Ups (or Burpees), Row, and Run. The baseline test uses your current level of fitness to set your working weight, so it works if you are just starting out or if you are a seasoned beast. Just follow the detailed test instructions. Be sure to record your times. You will experience true joy every 4-6 weeks when you retest and see your results improving test after test.
Day 2 is an active recovery day. You will likely be pretty sore from top to bottom today. Here are today's objectives:
Read through the invite email and follow the directions to download the Train Heroic App.
Do 15-20 mins of active recovery. This can be yoga, an easy spin on the bike, or any light exercise circuit followed by some stretching. Here's a great article on the benefits of active recovery and how to get the most out of it.
It's game on! From day 3 forward you will follow the Power Racing Performance Training Program in the Train Heroic app. You will experience a mix of power-based programing, cardio, and iso-stability movements all geared toward increasing strength and improving your movement through all planes of motion.
Train hard. Have fun!