While preparing for the Ultraman Endurance Challenge, Jonne from The Unlazy Way on YouTube intensified his training with an intense, physically demanding, triathlon-inspired workout. This one day glove consisted of 2 hours of swimming, 5 hours of cycling and 3 hours of running. All in all, he estimated that he would burn more than 10,000 calories during the 10 hour challenge.
Jonne provides his body with energy gels and drinks while swimming and with energy bars and fruits while cycling. Not to mention several liters of water, of course.
“I’m actually pretty nervous about this training session,” he says. “I think swimming will be a breeze, the bike will be pretty easy, but after all that the run will probably be pretty tough.”
He does a 5,400-meter swim in 1 hour 37 minutes and then rushes from the lake to the street to take on the next event. To go biking. “I’m not aiming for maximum effort here,” he says. “Instead, I want to keep a low intensity and build that aerobic endurance. And perhaps most importantly, I’m trying to adjust my body to be on the move for long, long, long. That’s key, if you’re doing one Ultraman. It’s not the one who wins the fastest, but the one who slows down the least. “
And finally the run comes. “I get pretty tired at this point,” he says. “It’s been a pretty long day.”
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It’s dark by the time he finished the running portion of the challenge, 13 hours and 10,000 calories from his first start. “I’m exhausted, my shin hurts, my left knee hurts, I’m extremely hungry and thirsty, and I’ve learned that I’ll need it path more food for a long workout or event like this, especially for the Ultraman. The last 5 km were rough. “
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