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Its that time again, comments please

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2004/02/12 18:27:55 (permalink)
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Its that time again, comments please

Well its that time again in the year where I get off my laxy ass and start running again so Im cut for Spring Break/Summer. I thought I would run it by yall just for 2nd and 3rd adn 4th etc oppinions =p.

I stick to doing this because frankly I use to do it in highschool and for rugby and I has allways stuck with me.

Wake up, protien drink - get dressed go outside and get ready...

Then I just stick to this on mon/wed/fri

Buildups x4 - jog 20 yrds, stride 20 yrds, sprint 20 yrds, walk back start again
Hollow Sprints x4 - explode off line and sprint 20 yrds, jog 20, sprint 20, walk back & start again
Fly starts x4 - jog 15, sprint 15-20, walk back & start again
Sprint 10yrds, walk back & start again - x4
Sprint 20yrds, walk back & start again - x4
Sprint 30yrds, walk back & start again - x4
Sprint 40yrds, walk back & start again - x4

Then on tuesday/thursday after my workout...might switch to mornings,
see above (builds, hollow sprints, fly starts)
70-80% max speed 300yards - 6x

Please feel free to speak freely on everything and anything. Im looking for all possiable angles.
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    Robert
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    RE: Its that time again, comments please 2004/02/15 11:59:37 (permalink)
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    i think it would be better if you structured it more like this, simply because it would be easier to moniter your progress and would mimick real life situations much better.

    all done on 15-30degree incline....

    1x25m
    1x40m
    1x75m
    1x100m
    1x200m
    1x100
    1x75
    1x40
    1x25

    i would wager you would be prying for death after that, and your lung capacity, your muscular endurance and general fitness would go through the roof.

    i do that for a couple of weeks now and again as a bit of a change.
    rob
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    RE: Its that time again, comments please 2004/02/16 12:24:07 (permalink)
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    Just out of interest why taper the distance up and down?
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    Robert
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    RE: Its that time again, comments please 2004/02/16 12:43:05 (permalink)
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    so you can attempt the 200m without being in so much oxygen debt you don't benifit from it. he needs to get used to the longer distance whilst still being resonable capable of completing the distance in a half decent time. IME i have found attempting the 200m at the end is utterly pointless, as you rarley get past 60-100m before collapsing.
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    RE: Its that time again, comments please 2004/02/16 22:34:15 (permalink)
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    Hmm I live around fairly flat ground. Not even hills or anything around me. I do understand the difference between degreese training. I use to do it at a negative degreese when I was trying to improve my speed. By the way, I did not understand what you meant when you said moniter my progress - if you meant for developing better speed and times, Im not worried about that. If you meant weight loss then, ok. I was just sticking to this program because I was still hopping to get in some benefit for my rugby training, but I have no problem changing at all.
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