My First ‘Toughest’ Mudder

By Spartan Spencer Toughest Mudder Atlanta, where do I even begin? This race had all kinds of special meaning, long before I touched down in Atlanta on Friday afternoon. It’s been nearly 5 years since I ran my first OCR, and I can now say that some of my best friends...

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Meet Our Coaches: Kevin Gregory

Get to know our newest coach, Kevin Gregory! What was your background in athletics growing up? Middle school & high school: Football, Wrestling, Lacrosse College: D3 Lacrosse & Club Rugby Post-college: Semi Pro Football, then discovered OCR How did you get...

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Tailwind for Longer OCRs

Let’s face it, OCR can be an addiction. And like any addiction, once we’re hooked, we always feel like we need more (and in this case – longer, harder, more extreme). The thing is, the longer the race, the more logistics there are. Multiple pairs of...

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Meet Our Coaches: Michael Miraglia

Get to know our newest coach, Michael Miraglia! What was your background in athletics growing up? I was very athletic growing up. I started in middle school with almost every board sport you can think of (skateboarding, snowboarding, wakeboarding, long boarding, etc.)...

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Resolutions & Goals 2017

2017 is here. Millions of people will go out and sign up for gym memberships this week, and create resolutions that the majority will (unfortunately) not stick with for more than a few months. But in the world of OCR, it seems like each year, goals and resolutions are...

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Athlete Testimonial: Linh Nguyen

“I’ve been competing in Spartan Races since 2012 at the open level. I started competing in the Competitive and Elite level (stadium series) within the last year. I decided to work with OCR Beast because I wanted to improve as a runner by decreasing minutes off...

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30 Day Dead Hang Challenge

Join us this November, as we dive into our first #OCRBeastChallenge! In the world of OCR, grip strength (and endurance) is key. We are launching our initial #OCRBeastChallenge, with a  simple but powerful movement (well, it’s more like a lack of a movement),...

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