Lots of exciting stuff to be talked about on the Lift Heavy Run Long® Podcast #158 almost none of which will make you a better person but it will make you more funny at parties and likely a better dancer.
Wilson got one of those traffic tickets that is taken by a camera and sent in the mail. Do you really have to pay those things?
Watch the Westside Barbell story on Netflix. It will change your life. After you do, join Olive Branch Crossfit and come workout with Earnest and Wilson.
Drinking from a gallon jug turns out to be an extremely efficient way to take down a lot of water really quickly. It will probably give you hyponatremia or whatever but it’s probably worth it.
Wanna know how much the top athletes made at the 2019 CrossFit Games?
Reebok is out of CrossFit Games. Good for the athletes and the sport or no?
You ever think about Eluid Kipchoges and his attempt to break the 2-hour marathon? Me neither but since we have a fitness podcast we feel the need to talk about things like this. Here are 5 things you should know about Eluid Kipchoges attempt to go sub 2.
Here is your fun fitness fact brought to you by Crystal “The Pistol” Landers:
100 years ago, in 1919, Fred Knight of Philadelphia, combined ultrarunning with golf, playing “marathon golf.” He played 8 rounds of golf (144 holes) in a single day, walking/running about 35 miles, with the requirement to average less than 85 strokes per round. He established a new “American record” in “marathon golf” with an elapsed time of 13 hours, 35 minutes.
Knight played pretty much non-stop, with “aid station” breaks totaling about an hour to eat breakfast and dinner, and for six breaks “to get a glass of milk into which was dropped a raw egg and to bind up a swollen wrist that he had sprained playing a sunken ball.”
He averaged about one stroke per minute, drove the ball out of bounds five times and into a creek five times, with only two birdies. It was thought that this record would last for years, but later in 1919, Eddie Styles startled the golfing world when he played ten rounds (40 miles) in a single day averaging less than 80 strokes per round. Their efforts kicked off the bizarre sport of “marathon golf.”