Elite Endurance Athlete Cam Wurf On Sustainable Training Strategies And How To Unlock Your Athletic Potential
The shapeshifter of elite endurance sports, today’s guest is by far one of the world’s most remarkable all-around athletes.
Meet Cam Wurf, an Aussie who has distinguished himself at the highest, most elite level, in three distinct sports.
First in rowing where he represented Australia in the 2004 Athens Olympics. He then turned to professional cycling as a super domestique for Team Sky and now INEOS, where he played a crucial role in supporting guys like Chris Froome and Geraint Thomas, serving as a secret weapon to their Tour de France victories. Cam has simultaneously distinguished himself at the highest level of Ironman triathlon, collecting wins at IM Wales and IM Australia, and is most well known for setting and holding (until this past year) the bike course record at the IMWC in Kona.
He can train and race with the best professional cyclists in the world, set bike course records at the world’s most prestigious Ironmans, and even run a 2:45 marathon after a 2.4 mile swim and 112-mile bike. He doesn’t seem to ever get tired. He absolutely loves training. And he’s always smiling.
So who is this guy?
Like you, I have so many questions. And today Cam is here to answer them with an infectious enthusiasm I wish I could bottle.
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