27
Jul 2020

Investment banker by day, athlete by night: How Raymund Bareuther combines job and rowing on a national level

Raymund advises company owners and investors on the acquisition, merger or and sale of companies. A job that requires precision and professionalism. Mental strength is therefore one prerequisite for long-term success. Despite or perhaps because of his little free time, Raymund has managed to be the number one rower in different categories time and time again. How does he do that? The current Swiss champion (age group Masters A) in the single and double scull shares in an interview his training routine, his new passion which came out of the corona crisis and his dietary choices. The AURUM High Intensity Training also has a weekly 20 minute slot in his busy agenda.
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Tobias Hackl
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Endurance
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11
Jun 2020

Top 15 tips: Choose only 2-3 favorites and optimize your body in the short and long term

These 15 simple tips will help you optimize your body & get hormones into balance. Implementing only 2-3 tips can already improve metabolism in the short and the long term. My current favorite tip is #13: Strike. Stroll. Shiver as suggested by Ben Greenfield. In the long term, this not only helps your body metabolize fat and build up your bone and muscle mass but also rejuvenate your cells (autophagy).
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Tobias Hackl
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Fat Loss
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10
Jun 2020

You should stretch too, right?

Ahhhh ... the tiresome subject of the flexibility and long lean muscles. It's healthy when you hit the ground with your hands in front - can't you do it? Tsss tss tss... Heard many times, nowadays we don't say anything anymore. Of course, you should stretch if you have a shortening! But if not, ask back: why? Is stretching overrated? Stretching can postpone recovery after a HIT workout. So, when to do stretching and when not?
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Tobias Hackl
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Muscle Gain
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