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We ran an all-out mile on the track last night to determine our current fitness. We will use that time for 2 purposes: to set a challenging, yet attainable mile goal time and determine the interval paces to train for that goal. In addition, you can use you current mile time and extrapolate to a lo
Tomorrow is fitness checkup time! Ryder is heading off to college so I want to give him the opportunity to get a fitness benchmark before he begins his cross country season. So tomorrow we'll do an all-out mile at your goal pace. Personally, I like to know my 400 lap time and press my lap button
This workout will be short, but difficult. 1 mile warmup. 800m at mile goal pace, walk 200m. 4x400m at mile goal pace with a 200m walk between each 400m. Half mile cool down. Here are some splits that you can interpolate between to determine you paces. Goal Mile 800m split 400m split 4:40
Want to become a faster runner? Join me and others at 7:00 PM on Tuesdays at the Pagosa Springs High School track. We will start with a mile time trial. Then every Tuesday, we will run track intervals to help you achieve your goal mile time 6 weeks later. Tomorrow, 6/26/18 at 7 PM, I will be at tr
Gate 5 remains the driest trailhead to access area single track. In southern sections of Turkey Springs, seasonal creeks are still flowing and there are still swampy spots, but the trail is dry for long distances between swamps. 1 downed tree on Catamount near the junction with Creek Trail and 2 d
Come out to the track tomorrow night and work on your running fitness and economy! Here's the workout for tomorrow: 1x1200 @ mile goal pace, walk 200, 1x400 @ mile goal pace, walk 200, then 4x200 below mile goal pace with 100m walk between each 200. Use the table below to determine your splits: Go