To get an Olympic gold medal winning athlete, Kurt Position put in many effort. The long run WWE Champion trained his backside off for that Atlanta Games in 1996 and won the gold medal despite becoming an underdog. What must’ve Angle’s training regime been like?ADVERTISEMENTArticle continues below this adKurt Position details intense training regime for Olympic gamesADVERTISEMENTArticle continues below this adPracticing the Olympic games would be a tough ordeal for Kurt Position. He wasn’t the most powerful man within the competition, neither was he the greatest. However, he trusted his conditioning and endurance to put on lower his opponents.Around the Kurt Position Show, the gold medalist spoken concerning the intense training regime he adopted to become world-class athlete.“Oh jeeze, I’d train nine to 10 hrs each day. It had been very hard since i experienced this factor it had been known as exhaust training, and that’s when training till you’re exhausted, and that’s once the training begins. Which means you train until you can’t fully stand up any longer, and you start training again.”“It labored very well. My conditioning went over the top. Irrrve never got tired, I’d put on my opponents lower it had been the only method I would win the Olympic gold medal since i wasn’t the very best I wasn’t the most powerful, and that i wasn’t the greatest. I wasn’t probably the most technical, what Used to do have is I’d lung area and that i had endurance.”Surprisingly, it had been Angle’s endurance and stamina that won him the Olympic gold medal. He easily saw from the best wrestlers from Mongolia, Iran, Cuba, Kazakhstan and Ukraine.Position details his daily training regimeAround the podcast, also, he detailed his daily training regime. Practicing nine-ten hrs sounds very difficult, but Angle’s detailed explanation helps make the effort seem Herculean.ADVERTISEMENTArticle continues below this ad“In the mornings I’d train for around two hrs. I’d run seven miles I’d do 200 yard hill sprints, I’d return and jog on air dyne for half an hour after which I’d perform a half-hour sauna. Within the mid-day I’d review technique wrestling. I’d wrestle love an hour or so and half-two hrs, after which I’d do conditioning again.”“In the night time I’d do my plyometrics, my isometrics, my heavyweight training and much more conditioning. And So I was doing nine to 10 hrs each day, each and every day. I required eventually off per month which could it have been.”Possibly it had been this exhaust training that helped him in the 20-25 minute classics against the kind of Steve Austin, Brock Lesnar, Undertaker and Shawn Michaels.ADVERTISEMENTArticle continues below this adFind out more: What’s The Undertaker Doing After His Retirement From WWE?