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Julie Johnston
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How are you training for your next obstacle course race? Come train with us, only $15 to drop-in anytime! http://rhinocourse.com/training/ for class schedule and special training days. Training by Boot Camp Las Vegas
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2Hour Training at Sunset Park (127 photos)
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The RhinO-Course Staff set up a short extreme obstacle course for the Air Force Extreme Fit Challenge at Mr Olympia September, 2012!
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Mr Olympia 2012 Extreme RhinO-Short Course (92 photos)
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Upper Body Rope Training.

Get ready for Tough Mudder/Spartan/RhinO-Course with killer rope exercises designed to help you lift your body weight.

5AM-6AM and 6AM-7AM

We will be setting up a 1 mile obstacle course with functional exercises as the obstacles that use the same muscles needed to lift your body weight over a wall or climb a rope. Ropes and tires will be used in place of actual walls and rope climbs. Class will be taught Boot Camp-Style and the goal is to complete as many 1-mile laps as possible in the hour. You may do both 5AM and 6AM for a 2 hour workout if desired.

Included in Boot Camp Las Vegas Membership, Drop-ins are $15 at http://events.constantcontact.com/register/event?llr=anf4tneab&oeidk=a07e68b8yro0240ce23
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Whether you're planning on doing a race at a high elevation (Like the Norcal TM 6,500f) or one of the local races (RhinO-Course, TM, Spartan 2,000f) training at altitude can only help your performance.

Robert Chapman, exercise physiologist in the School of Health, Physical Education and Recreation at Indiana University Bloomington says "At altitude, a person breathes more, and that extra breathing stays with you when you come back down from altitude. Extra breathing uses more muscles, more energy, and the body has to work more to regulate blood flow"

There are varying opinions on Altitude Training but the bottom line is: us desert rats have to work a lot harder when we go do these races in higher elevations. Within the first 400m of last years NorCal TM it felt like our lungs couldn't get the air they needed and lactic acid took over our legs.

We have been training in Mount Charleston (6,500f) and want you to come along next Saturday, 8/11/2012.

We will be trail running and working with partners/harnesses to throw in some good resistance training.

Since we are going to be up in the cool, beautiful mountains we thought we would hire a camp cook to make a mountain man breakfast after our training so we can kick back and recover before driving back home!

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It's time for some resistance training--lake-style! We will be bringing some of the favorite Boot Camp toys to Boulder Beach at Lake Mead August 18th for 2 Hours of running in and out of the water pulling tires, hauling logs (they float!!), treading water with the little tires overhead, swimming (swimming is not required. You may go waist-deep and still participate in most of the activities. Only pro swimmers will be swimming out to the bouys) and mixing it up with calisthenics on the beach!!

We are limited to 20 people per trainer on our Lake Mead Fitness Training permits, so make sure to grab your spot ahead of time!

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