FFF 111: How To Train For Anything & Everything, Anywhere & Everywhere – with Ross Edgley

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Ross Edgley is back on the podcast to chat about how to train for anything and everything, anywhere and everywhere!

You might remember Ross from Episode 85 when he came to chat about 30 marathons in 30 days along with various other crazy challenges that he’s done. Ross is a bit of an adventurer and he likes to see how he can push the human body to its absolute limits. In this episode, we chatted about his new book (The World’s Fittest Book: How To Train For Anything & Everything, Anywhere & Everywhere)in which he talks about how he trains along with all the things that he’s learned from interviewing industry pioneers and various world champions.

He also talked about hybrid training; how can you train for an endurance sport whilst getting stronger or how can you get faster but build muscle at the same time. It is cracking episode because you’ll learn how Ross managed to train for these crazy events including swimming for 48 hours non-stop once yet still looking like a powerlifter.
Highlights
  • What Ross’ realize after attempting to swim across two island with a 100 lbs tree on his back
  • What is hybrid training and why do people must try it?
  • The World’s Fittest Book: How to train for anything and everything, anywhere and everywhere
  • Training for endurance and strength at the same time
  • Discover the Pyramid of Priority
  • The Law of Body Basics
  • Understand Progressive Overload
  • The Law of Recovery; how important is it?
  • The Law of More
Quotes & Take-Aways

As humans facing limited knowledge always resort to prescribed ideas and narratives – Nassim Taleb

If you want to get good at cycling there is no substitute than getting on your bike

We all have this certain amount of adaptive energy – Natalia Verkhoshansky

You have to spend most the time practicing what you want to be good at

It doesn’t matter what you’re training for; you should be able to stop somebody in the gym and say “What are you training for and why are you doing that?” If they can’t give you an answer, you should look to refine your workout to make sure it supports that goal.

Weight loss is highest if you can stick to the diet.

If you teach a man principles he can create his own methods – Ralph Waldo Emerson

Connect with Ross:
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@rossedgley

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Scott Baptie

Scott is the owner and founder of Food For Fitness. He is a fat loss coach, speaker and fitness writer with a masters (MSc) degree in Applied Sports Nutrition.