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Week 30 DIY Track

Week 30 Track! One of my favorites, a cutdown workout: 1600 / 2x 800 / 4x 400Great negative split workout as the intervals get shorter you go faster!

Remember: If you are not keeping a total time running on one of your watch faces you can always just time your rests as well.Keep between 45-75 seconds and try to pick one time frame of rest and stick to it!

We also recommend wearing a mask or a buff over your mouth and nose if you are doing these at a crowded track and remember to socially distance! Stay safe and healthy out there!

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Week 29 DIY Track

Week 29 DIY Track Attack!6×800’s!

Our late season check in workout to test your fitness. Before you do this one check back on your stats from August 19th & July 8th when we did this workout last. Look to see if your splits were consistent, did you try to negative split? Plan to improve on this times!

After the 4×1200’s and 3x 1600 you should be able to crush this workout!!!!!

Remember: If you are not keeping a total time running on one of your watch faces you can always just time your rests as well.Keep between 45-75 seconds and try to pick one time frame of rest and stick to it!

We also recommend wearing a mask or a buff over your mouth and nose if you are doing these at a crowded track and remember to socially distance! Stay safe and healthy out there!

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For he’s a jolly good fellow!

Great work by our very own Bill Larkin, an icon in local field hockey scene: https://www.unionleader.com/sports/highschool/central-west-field-hockey-going-co-op-in-the-city/article_a9c88244-cb9c-5df3-b8dc-c6e2318dcc3f.html

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Week 28 DIY Track

Week 28 DIY Track 4x 1200

One of my favorite distances to train at. You love not having to run a full 1600m repeat, until you have to run that 4th 1200!

This is a great workout to really push the last repeat and work on a negative split. I always try to run the 1st three really consistent and then try to run each lap of the last repeat a bit quicker than the last. Good mental and physical test of your fitness and mental fortitude.

Remember: If you are not keeping a total time running on one of your watch faces you can always just time your rests as well.Keep between 45-75 seconds and try to pick one time frame of rest and stick to it!We also recommend wearing a mask or a buff over your mouth and nose if you are doing these at a crowded track and remember to socially distance! Stay safe and healthy out there!