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Sep 4, 2018

One definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over yet expecting different results. This definition is a perfect description for how many people approach fitness, they do the same workout repeatedly yet want it to produce a different outcome. Pushing yourself to try a new physical challenge is one way to break out of a routine with an exercise program that can deliver results. On this episode of All About Fitness guest Alex Isaly talks about his recent participation in the Race Across America (RAAM) and how training for endurance events can help you push past your limits.

Alex is a personal trainer and fitness instructor who teaches group programs for Life Time Fitness and travels the country certifying fitness instructors in Spartan Strong, the group fitness program developed to help people prepare to complete a Spartan Race. Despite his busy work and travel schedule Alex still makes his own fitness a priority and finds time to train for grueling endurance events. If you are a road warrior yourself or if you are looking for a spark to add to your fitness program then you will get a lot out of this episode.

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