Living the Fit Life

S01E09: Transformation in Sport: Balancing multiple sports

November 16, 2020 Michelle De Jong, Adam De Jong, Chad Mueller Season 1 Episode 9
Living the Fit Life
S01E09: Transformation in Sport: Balancing multiple sports
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Living the Fit Life
S01E09: Transformation in Sport: Balancing multiple sports
Nov 16, 2020 Season 1 Episode 9
Michelle De Jong, Adam De Jong, Chad Mueller

If you don't quite yet have endless respect for Coach ADJ as an athlete, you will after listening to Episode 9 of The Fit Life Podcast.

Chad and Adam dive into what brought him into two unique worlds of Crossfit and Endurance training, and the differences that exist between the two, including training, nutrition, recovery and "competition day" atmosphere and routine. They discuss the benefits of being a multi-sport athlete, and how you can reap them, regardless of what sports you are passionate about or involved in.

Adam's experience over the years in both Crossfit and Endurance has given him the knowledge and understanding of how to adapt and transition so quickly between seasons, allowing him to remain a leader for LP members, encouraging them to push their own fitness comfort zones.

And a fun little bonus question: It's evident that Adam has found a passion for both sports, but if he had to, what one would he choose over the other?

Show Notes

If you don't quite yet have endless respect for Coach ADJ as an athlete, you will after listening to Episode 9 of The Fit Life Podcast.

Chad and Adam dive into what brought him into two unique worlds of Crossfit and Endurance training, and the differences that exist between the two, including training, nutrition, recovery and "competition day" atmosphere and routine. They discuss the benefits of being a multi-sport athlete, and how you can reap them, regardless of what sports you are passionate about or involved in.

Adam's experience over the years in both Crossfit and Endurance has given him the knowledge and understanding of how to adapt and transition so quickly between seasons, allowing him to remain a leader for LP members, encouraging them to push their own fitness comfort zones.

And a fun little bonus question: It's evident that Adam has found a passion for both sports, but if he had to, what one would he choose over the other?