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Learn more about what it takes to complete super human feats of endurance

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Imagine starting your day at sunrise swimming 2.4 miles, then biking 112 miles, then running 26.2 miles back-to-back-to-back, crossing a finish line that night. This is known as the Ironman triathlon and these races are held all around the world. Professional Ironman triathletes finish in just over eight hours, with the "average" finisher completing this amazing test of endurance between 10-14 hours. Now imagine completing an Ironman distance race for five consecutive days, on five different Hawaiian Islands. Meet the EPIC5 Challenge and Living Fuel champion Christian Isakson who recently accomplished this Super Human Feat in Kona on the Big Island of Hawaii.