Craig Alexander named 58th in Men’s Health magazine’s 100 fittest men of all time
“To keep winning, I have to keep improving,” says Ironman Craig Alexander. In 2011, after already having won three world championships, Alexander cranked up his performance big time, becoming the first triathlete to win both the Ironman 70.3 Series and the Ironman Triathlon World Championship in the same year. He also holds the record for the fastest time in the Ironman Hawaii, a feat he accomplished while also being the oldest man (at age 38) to win the event. He credits extreme daily high-intensity intervals, which include 45 minutes of ab work. Learn how cardio intervals can rev up your results.
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