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Best Headlamp for Obstacle Course Races

If you have ever raced in the dark, you know how important a high-quality headlamp is to the success of your race. It could be the difference between winning or not winning, or it could be the difference between finishing and not finishing. We have been asked for recommendations for headlamps before, but until now, we hadn’t found one that was “the best” one. We were introduced to the Wisdom Miner’s Cap Lamp (yes, miner as in works underground in complete darkness), and wanted to talk about why we think it is the best headlamp for a Hurricane Heat, Agoge, World’s Toughest Mudder, Ultra Beast, hiking, and any other ultra-endurance event where you will need to have a light just so you can continue the race. What defines a great headlamp? Four things come to mind immediately: Brightness Battery Life Water-Proof Ruggedness Brightness Brightness in headlamps is measured in lumens. If you have ever shopped for a headlamp, you may have noticed this measurement on the packaging. Lumens are a measure of power. It is the total quality of light the lamp emits in all directions. The Wisdom Miner’s Cap Lamp has three levels of brightness. These levels are 50Lm for the low setting, 265Lm for the medium setting, and 533Lm for the high setting. I don’t know about you, but this is the first time I have seen a lamp that goes up to 533Lm. While brightness is one aspect of how well a lamp will show you the way, there is also the focus of the lamp. The Wisdom 4A incorporates a triple LED array that features a...

TheAthElite on American Ninja Warrior

Steve and Steph weren’t expecting the call from the American Ninja Warrior producers since they’ve been filming for weeks now, but they got it and so they are training as much as they can before the May 23rd filming in Denver. For those of you who know them, you also know they are pretty muscular people by nature. Muscle is awesome, but it is also HEAVY, which is not an advantage when trying to climb, jump, and bounce your way across a ninja course. Maybe NBC thought they would be good ninjas because they were on Season 1 of NBC’s Spartan Ultimate Team Challenge as the Charleston Warriors? Maybe they loved the backstory of Stephen’s military career? Maybe they were intrigued by Stephanie’s crazy career path? Or maybe they loved the work Steve and Steph have been doing as TheAthElite and OCR Radio in the obstacle course racing world? Whatever the reason, this is a once in a lifetime chance, and they will train their hardest for whatever that course may bring. If you are in Denver, CO on May 23rd and would like to attend as an audience member, email us at info@theathelite.com and we will get you added to the list of audience members....