Maximum Overspeed Training.
Arcwave Electrical Stimulation.
These are just a few of the advanced endurance training techniques that Jay Schroeder reveals in today's interview…
You may remember Jay (pictured right) from the article: Top 10 Lessons Learned at Dave Asprey’s Bulletproof Biohacking Conference.
He's the guy that hooked up my abs to maximum electrical muscle stimulation that left me engaged in a maximal stomach muscle contraction with sweat pouring down my face as every muscle in my body contracted at 100% intensity to stabilize my core.
When I finished, I felt as though I’d literally done 1000 situps, or worked my core for a full hour.
But Jay was just getting started, and in today's interview, he reveals the techniques he uses at EVOAthlete to achieve extremely fast results with minimal training.
Jay has trained Olympic swimmers who swim just 100 meters per workout.
He prepared a woman who successfully ran 93 marathons in 93 days, with just a mile of running every few days.
A man after my own heart, Jay has prepared endurance athletes to achieve maximum results with minimal training – although he uses tactics I have not yet begun to implement, but plan on “guinea-pigging” and revealing on this website as my personal training for Ironman Canada progresses.
I'm curious to hear your thoughts about these extremely fringe training concepts Jay talks about in the interview…
…and whether you think I can blast through Ironman Canada this year using these strategies and working personally with Jay. Leave your comments below!