I went in planning on doing 12x400m sprints at a 1:45 pace, walking 1 minute in between repeats. It was so hard. My legs were really heavy. I got through 8 of them and had to take a break. I stretched and did jumping jacks, trying to wake up my legs. I was thinking that I would run at 8.0 miles an hour, but it was actually 8.5 mph to hit the right time. Sheesh.
I finished that last 4 repeats and finally felt like I could keep going. My time was up, the bus was coming soon, so I headed home.
That was a good, hard effort run. I can go faster, I just have to push. Adding an incline makes it all harder too. I can tell my backside is getting stronger.
- assisted pull-ups (70 lb. assist, 75 lb., 55 lb.)
- military press
- neutral shoulder press
- v-ups (abs)
- lateral raise
- rear deltoid fly