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How to Train Like an Olympian

 

Whether you just want to shed a few pounds, run a marathon, or be the best you can be in your sport, these 5 strategies used by Olympians can help you reach your ultimate goal.

How to Train Like an Olympian, Part 1

 

Olympic athletes not only have natural talent, dedication, and drive, but they devote a great majority of their lives to their sports so that they can be the best in the world. An Olympic athlete must train hours each day to perfect their skill and maintain their amazing physical condition. As a matter of fact, the aspiring Olympic athlete spends an average of 8 hours a day, 7 days a week training their body and their mind.

To have that amount of dedication and drive, there are specific physical and mental strategies that Olympic athletes use. So with the XXX Olympiad just around the corner, today’s episode is the first in a two-part series that is going to teach you how to use 10 different Olympic athlete strategies in your own training, whether you just want to shed a few pounds, run a marathon, or be the best you can be in your sport.

Here are the first 5 strategies:

How to Train Like an Olympic Athlete

Strategy #1: Build a Foundation

 

Olympic athletes can train over a decade to reach their long term goal of winning a gold medal! While you can’t reverse the clock and start training as a toddler to reach your personal goal, you do need to build a solid fitness base. And depending upon your current fitness level, that can take as long as 6-12 months. This is a step that is often skipped by many who jump straight into a heavy