What is the Adventure Ready Model?

Training for the outdoor multi-sport athlete.

Be Ready for Any Adventure

For the Mutli-Sport Athlete

As an outdoor athlete, you have different needs when it comes to your workouts in the gym. 

For one, you need workouts that are effective and short because you’re spending a lot of time doing what you actually love—your sport of choice! 

The second thing is that you’ve got a lot of different sports happening. 

Maybe your primary focus is trail running, but you get invited out climbing once a week or you randomly jump on a paddle trip because it sounds like a good idea (and it is a good idea!) 

And the important thing when we’re training is that we need to make sure we’re ready for any of those situations while improving one specific portion of your fitness at once so that you actually make progress in the gym. 

You want your body to be different a year from now than it is today. So, how do you do all that? With the Adventure Ready Model! 

The Adventure Ready Model in Action

The 4 Step Process

The long-term plan is more important than any one workout! 

That‘s why the Adventure Ready Model is structured around a 4-step process that will help you create consistent workouts that will make lasting changes to your body and system. 

Step 1: Identify Success 

Step 2: Identify Your Muscular Adaptation 

Step 3: Identify Your Timeline 

Step 4: Fill in the Workout Cards 

Adventure Ready Model example workout card. Great for the multi-sport athlete creating their own workout programs.

setting yourself up for success

Over the years, I’ve found there are 3 LIES we tell ourselves about our health and fitness that stop progress. 

We create stories about our fitness and tie our values to them. And it’s these stories that can stop us from reaching success. If you feel like you start and stop fitness programs, or jump from one fitness program to another, or do really well after finishing a fitness program and then totally fall off the map, then this class is for you. 

Let’s learn to set goals that serve you, and create a system that gets us progress instead of relying just on motivation to get there.