200m Moderate Run
600m Hard Run
200m Slow Run (almost a walk)
WODprep Strategy Top Tips:
Running sucks. For sure. BUT, if you’re not nailing the fundamentals, you’re leaving yourself wide open for failure. When you hit a competition, like the Open, and running comes up, that will suck 1000% more.
Now running doesn’t need to be super boring. We can have a little fun with it and at the same time, develop our pacing skills. Before starting this workout, you want to establish distinguishable paces between slow, moderate and hard.
Whether you’re doing it on a runner or getting outside, aim to “feel” out the pace. It’s all well and good using a machine and measuring yourself against the screen, but when you get to a competition, you won’t have that screen, and you need to feel what it’s like at every level.
Looking to improve your running? These are the most common mistakes that COULD be holding you back:
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