Nuclear Races Cold Water Training

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WEATHER ALERTS – 11th October 2016 – Temperatures dropped to 2.5 degrees in Essex. DO NOT UNDERESTIMATE cold water and cold winds.

 It is time to get ready for the Nuclear Fallout, with your FREE 4 Week Cold Water Training Plan!

Nuclear Races, Race Director James Parrish has asked obstacle race training specialists WildForestGym, to help prepare his runners for race day with Cold Water Acclimatisation Training.

We have had an amazing late summer, but all is a change as autumn sets in. With clear skies at night the lakes and ponds are getting colder. Race Director James Parrish has put everything in place to help you through the day with even pit stops on route with hot drinks to keep you going. But the rest is down to you! So you need to start planning and preparing  yourself at least 4 weeks in advance so that your body can acclimatise to the colder weather. It may feel mild at the moment so heed the warning and don’t leave it too late like many a winter runner did last year!

We want your race to be fun and enjoyable and we guarantee and this is going to really help you to!

** TOP TIP** Buy a cheap thin running windproof zip jacket to keep the the cold winds away form your body. Full details in the training plan.

Coach Michael has all the information for you including kit guides and progressive techniques to get you Race SAFE and Race READY for the Nuclear Fallout”

Race Safety is No. 1 when it comes to The Nuclear Fallout!

So have you got balls of ice or steel?

NEXT Workshop – 11th December 2016 – click here

How race ready are you? How much cold water / cold weather acclimatisation training have you done?

Preparation is everything. REGISTER today and we will email you a FREE Cold Water Training Plan.

FUTURE WORKSHOPS – Click here to enquire

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