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Wetter Than Wet

I can’t type too well because of yesterday’s mishap so I’ll try to keep this brief:

Today sucked weather wise

40 degrees, drizzle to steady rain, decent headwinds, and last week was in the 70s and 80s.

That being said, 2 pax decided to test their limits, 1 pax felt sorry for the Q, and 1 pax (YHC) was stuck on Q.

So what did we do?  I reached back in the memory bank last night to grab the very first non official broadcasted Waxhaw Express Workout.

That day (5/12/20 in case you’re wondering) we did:

  • 1 mile warmup
  • 4 sets of:
    • 200m run, 200m recovery
    • 200m run, 200m recovery
    • 400m run, 400m recovery
  • 1 mile cool down

The Thang:

So today, rather than make it mileage specific, we did:

  • 1 mile warmup to the covered high school entrance
  • dry stretching, static and dynamic
  • 5 sets of:
    • 40 seconds at mile pace, recovery back to start
    • 40 seconds at mile pace, recovery back to start
    • 1:20 at mile pace, recovery back to start
  • 1 mile cool down

Sets 1,3,5 were the “downgrade” section in front of the school while sets 2 and 4 were on the “upgrade” section the other direction

That’s it!

Moleskine:

Today was tough, sets 2 and 4 uphill in the rain and headwind were no joke!

1:20 is sneaky and gets you towards the end (especially the last two)

Popeye – Putting in the work and grinding it out in the rain and wind.  True dedication and it’s paying off as he’s getting faster.

Foot Long – I’ve never ran with him before but the guy can move.  If he keeps combining speed on Tues with his usual distance on Thursdays he’s going to be a wrecking ball.

Easy Button – He may have only showed up because he felt sorry for YHC but he was pushing the pace and keeping everyone accountable.  We all needed  you out there this morning, thanks!

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