Conditioning Challenge #1 - The 300 Yd Shuttle

We want to know your results! - share your time for all 3 reps with @BePeerless.  You have until January 15th, 2015 to complete this challenge.  The winner with the best total time over 3 reps will win 3 weeks of programming (a $40 value for free)!

The 300 Yard Shuttle is one of the most grueling conditioning challenges you can face.  The shuttle is a benchmark test for your anaerobic capacity as well as mental toughness.  The 25-yard cuts turn your legs on fire because you can never break into full stride.  The constant acceleration, deceleration, and change of direction makes this conditioning challenge one of the baddest.

Watch the video for directions.  Up AND back = 1, complete 6 up and backs = 1 rep.  Rest 2 minutes in between reps, complete 3 total reps (3 300's yard shuttles)

Coaching Tip: Focus on exploding out of the turns, throttle down when approaching the turns

Peerless Athletics Performance Standards

Peerless: Completes all 3 reps in under 56 seconds each - resting 2 minutes between reps

Elite: Completes 2 reps under 56 seconds and 1 rep under 60 seconds - resting 2 minutes between reps

Good: Completes 1 rep under 56 seconds and 2 reps under 60 seconds - resting 2 minutes between reps


Chris Campbell

Chris Campbell - CEO and Co-Founder Through my passion to forge myself into the best athlete possible, I developed a love for performance training. I learned and experienced that with the right training and the right coach, any athlete can change their body and maximize their performance. The passion I experienced as an athlete trying to find the best training regimen to achieve all my goals was the foundation for starting Peerless Athletics. I began a journey to find the “Holy Grail” of training by learning from great coaches and combining the best parts of each system into one complete training system: Peerless Athletics. I have personally been trained by the best performance coaches in the country including: - Mike Boyle (Director of S&C for the Boston Red Sox) - Dennis Logan (Head of NFL Combine Prep Program at EXOS) - Keenan Robinson (North Baltimore Swim Club and Michael Phelps’ SC) - Rob Oshinskie (Owner/Founder of Victory Sports and Performance) - Joel Saunders (Director of Adult Performance Training at EXOS) - Dennis Keiser (Owner/Founder of Keiser pneumantics) - Rob Taylor (Owner of Smarter Team Training) - Mike Gittleson (Fmr. U. of Michigan S&C Coach) - Augie Maurelli (Fmr. U. of Delaware S&C Coach) - Scott Moody (Owner/Founder of AthleteFIT) - Kevin Boyle (Director for Explosive Performance) - Chris Gorres (Regional Director for Explosive Performance) Athletic Accomplishments: As a walk-on at the University of Delaware, I beat the odds by earning a starting position and a full athletic scholarship. I played fullback/h-back and linebacker for the Blue Hens from 2009-2011. In 2010 we won our conference, the CAA, and went to the D-1 FCS Championship Game. After college, I used the Peerless Athletics Training System to improve my combine stats dramatically. I was invited to the NFL Super Regional Combine to workout in front of all 32 NFL teams. I would have never got to that stage without Peerless Athletics Training Systems which is why I am now dedicated to providing every person I work with the opportunity to use our system and become the best version of themselves.