Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Training Schedule 9/12-9/18

A question I'm often asked is how I train on a weekly basis. Based on that, I'm going to start including my weekly schedules on eat.host.run.style. In addition to holding me accountable with my workouts, it may provide some new ideas for you to use in your own training.

This week's plan:

Morning: Off
Afternoon: 6 mile tempo run (1 mile warm up, 4 miles @7:45, 1 mile cool down); 30 minutes core exercises

Morning: Off
Afternoon: 5 mile easy run (including 4-6 sets of strides); 1 hour strength training

Morning: 6 mile hill run (2 repeats each of Ravine, Water Tower and Lafayette)
Afternoon: Shock Treatment (boot camp style class) (60 minutes)

Morning: 5 mile easy run (including 4-6 sets of strides)
Afternoon: Boot Camp (60 minutes)


Morning: Briggs and Al's Run/Walk
- I'm walk/jogging this one with my mother. She's transitioning from walking to running so I'm going to help pace her during this event.

Morning: 10 mile run

What's on your workout agenda this week?

- ST

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