Workout for Monday October 21st It’s time to open the lungs up today, don’t say I didn’t warn you! For this session you will need an athletic track or sports field to track the distances. If you don’t have access to this, an alternative is to run for 8, 4, 2 minutes. At the end of each run, immediately move into burpees, then back into running again. Today will be mentally challenging but keep your mind on the prize and push through. Don’t forget to time how long it takes you to get through. WORKOUT : For Time 1600...
Workout for Tuesday 20th May Designed to test your endurance this workout will challenge your limits. Prepare your area and start your timer. Complete the circuit 4 times through only rest when all rounds are complete. **For your plate carry, remember to cradle the plate against your chest with your hands gripped onto the top of the plate. WORKOUT: 4 Rounds for time400m Sprint400m Farmers Carry - Use 2 45lb implements (KB / DB / Jerry Cans)400m 45lb Plate Carry **400m Jog
Workout for Thursday 9th April For this workout, we are focusing on ramping up your performance training. All you will need for this workout is a treadmill or space to run and a rowing machine. Start by running 1mile then jumping straight onto the rowing machine for your next mile of torture. Finish off with another 1mile run and your done! It’s only as hard as you make it so give it your all and time how long it takes you to complete all 3 miles.WORKOUT:1 Mile run1 Mile row1 Mile run
Workout for Thursday 13th of December We're heading back to the track for this workout. All you will need for today's session is space to run 400m and a climbing rope. Perform the following workout through and record how long it takes you to complete. For time:Run 400m, 4 Rope climbsRun 400m, 3 Rope climbsRun 400m, 2 Rope climbsRun 400m, 1 Rope climb
Workout For Friday 7th December For this workout, we are suiting up and going for a run. Wearing a 15-20lb vest or ruck perform all of the run lengths in this workout pyramid. Record your runs and rest after each for as long as it took you to run that distance. For example, If it takes you 80secs to perform a 400m run then rest 80 secs before moving on to your 800m run. If that takes you 3 mins, rest 3 mins before starting your mile. WORKOUT PYRAMID400m Rest800m Rest1 Mile Rest 800m Rest 400m Rest