Chris's log

January 26, 2020

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Location:

united states

Member Since:

Sep 30, 2019

Gender:

Male

Goal Type:

Highschool Champ

Running Accomplishments:

PRs 

3200:11:49

1600:5:13

800:2:19

400:59 (workout split)

300: 41 (workout split) 

200 27.9

100: 13.8 jogged in relay split

 

Got second place in the XC chocolate milk mile

Short-Term Running Goals:

4:40 mile

2:03 800 

55 800

Long-Term Running Goals:

sub 4:20

Sub 2

sub 50

Personal:

Need to work on my mental side

Miles:This week: 0.00 Month: 113.61 Year: 113.61
Easy MilesMarathon Pace MilesThreshold MilesVO2 Max MilesTotal Distance
6.000.001.401.248.64

4 easy in the AM. 

 

PM, half mile warmup, then fartlek intro for new people, around 8:30 of fartlek, going randomly in easy, steady, upbeat. Then rest before intervals

 

Workout 2 x 500-300-200, 3 min rest between with jogging. 

Did some legs like deadlift and paralell squat after. 

Set 1 

500: Felt good, first rep is easier, body warming up, fast first 100, settle 300, fast 100, might've elbowed Jay.

300: Sprint, hit a 41 something, so 27 something en route. 

200: 28 second, slower than the 300 lol. 

5 min rest 

Set 2

500: hurt more, elbowed to get next to Andrew, oops. 

300: Anarobic hurt, form felt bad. 

200: Ow, we started early to get it done, gutted it out and finished strong. 

Half mile cooldown then plyo crap. 

 

 

Weight: 0.00
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