|01-06-2007, 01:57 AM||#1|
I have been fortunate to work with some very talented athletes and coaches and picked these workouts up along the way. For those interested in variations on the standard 400 M or 800 M repeats.
Workout #1 - (The Breakdown)
split the intervals with no longer than a 1:15 rest, these should be run all out. For example if your fastest 400 is 70 seconds, this should be run close to that fast, maybe 71 or 72.
The 300 would be 51 or 52 and the 200 is all about hanging on.
Recover, and for the brave
4 x 200 M
Run these all out, couple minute recovery between.
If this workout is done at the right intensity pukie will make an appearance.
All intervals should be maximum effort. The 1/4 mile split on the 600 should be just above your PR for that distance. Recovery 3-4 minutes.
1 x 600 M
4 x 200 M
All intervals should be at maximum effort.
Recovery 3-4 minutes
4 x 300 M
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