QUEST ADVENTURE SERIES BLOG
When it comes to race day, competitors often forget their training routine and make the following mistakes: Not having breakfast There are various reasons why people don’t have breakfast on race day for example not allowing time for breakfast or race day nerves...read more
The majority of competitors doing adventure races want to get to the finish line as fast as they can.
Here are our top tips to save time on the routes.
Integrating yoga into a training program for an adventure race can help lessen injury by gaining strength and flexibility. In addition, yoga aids the recovery of tired muscles and will ready your body for your next race. Increase core strength A strong core provides...read more
Respect is a concept that I try to teach my Kids. It’s a hard one to explain to a strong-minded 3-year-old girl and a carefree 5-year-old boy, but I have a new found meaning of the word after reading ‘Bump, Bike and Baby’ by Moire O'Sullivan. Respect is...read more
It is critical to take sufficient time to recover after a race to avoid injury. It varies from person to person how much recovery time or rest days one needs. Seasoned adventure racers can usually bounce back after a day or two. A rest day doesn’t necessarily mean no...read more