Inside Scoop Training With Landon Cassill

 

My Reaction to *Barely* Making the Landon Cassill Qualifying Challenge

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NASCAR Driver Landon Cassill Teaches You How to Drive Richmond on iRacing

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Landon Cassill’s $10,000 Qualifying Challenge

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Speed Down Memory Lane Ep 5: Landon Cassill

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NASCAR Diver Landon Cassill Is Selling His Myers Park Home

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Landon Cassill Part 1

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Landon Cassill takes us through the ISM Raceway garage: 10-Minute Tour

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Inside Scoop: Training With Landon Cassill. Lifestyle. 2015-08-11 | By: Snap Fitness Hey #SnapNation! Landon Cassill here with a sneak peak into what I’ve been up to lately! After the crazy weekend with the Quaker State 400 in Kentucky and Muncie 70.3, I went straight from Kentucky to Houston to do a three day swim “camp” with my swim coach.

During a race Cassill’s heart rate resembles that of a marathoner, hovering between 70% and 90% of his maximum. He prepares for that stress by training six to. Landon Cassill began his racing career when he first entered a quad race at the tender age of three-years-old. In 2008, Landon began a stint at JR Motorsports, ending the season with 19 starts, five top-10’s, one pole and the NASCAR Nationwide Series Raybestos Rookie of the Year honor. Landon Cassill, the 25 year old NASCAR driver from Cedar Rapids, Iowa, pulled off an impressive brick workout following the Coca Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway.

With the help of his title sponsor, SNAP Fitness, he ran 14 miles from the speedway to the NASCAR Hall of Fame in Uptown Charlotte. Inside Scoop: Training With Landon Cassill. Hey #SnapNation! Landon Cassill here with a sneak peak into what I’ve been up to lately! Aft Learn more Lifestyle.

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14 Fun Activities for an Active Family. August is National Family Fun Month! For some of us, it may be the last month of. Inside Scoop: Training With Landon Cassill.

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August is National Family Fun Month! For some of us, it may be the last month of. Landon Cassill returns to StarCom Racing’s No. 00 this year after driving for the organization in 29 of 36 races in 2018.

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Don’t miss a. The No. 40 car is driven by Landon Cassill, whose active lifestyle — he’s training to run a half ironman triathlon in July — matches with the Chanhassen-based fitness club chain’s.

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In two weeks’ time, Jake reported that his energy level had improved significantly and that he was recovering better from tougher training rides.

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Mark also reported that he was drinking plenty of water—consuming a full 20-oz water bottle an hour during training.

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Colton had drenched it with sweat through and through during his last workout.

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His training diaries from last year and this year show that he ran a PB 1500m each time he had done this in regular racing in the previous week.

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Landy had natural coordination and very strong leg muscles, and most important, he could sustain punishing levels of training.

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Kyle demonstrates a well-coordinated, mature running pattern but needs a peer-buddy to run with him during the test to motivate him and keep him from stopping and sitting when reaching end lines.

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He does a great deal of abdominal work, sprinting, and flexibility conditioning.

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For perspective, he never was able to do a single onelegged squat prior to participating in WBP training.

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On cue, Kyle jumped off the mats and extended his legs.

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Is he following his routine in competition at the same pace he did on the practice green?

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  • Btw Nascar… I’m glad you guys are able to get on the racetrack this weekend! Really looking forward to having some sports to watch. Also… any word on when the Hall of Fame opening back up? Haven’t been there since 2017

  • You know what would’ve been funny? If Landon said “Rule number 1 of stock car/iRacing is to learn how to wreck people without wrecking yourself.”