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Weekly WODs: September 21-27, 2015

September 22, 2015

If you are new to CFE @ CFD and need directions to the meeting locations, email mark@crossfitdefined, or check out the meeting locations page for more information.

Tuesday:

Endurance will meet Tuesday at the Belmont Waterfront location at 7:00 p.m.

ALL workouts will be scaled!

“The Broken Miles”

1200 m run, 45 sec rest
400 m run, 120 sec rest

800 m run, 45 sec rest
800 m run, 120 sec rest

400 m run, 45 sec rest
1200 m run, Done!

PLUS: 1600 m run (*this run is optional, but recommended for Marathon athletes)

Looking to maintain fastest possible times for each mile subtracting the 45 sec rest.

Thursday “On your own”:

Endurance will NOT meet as a group on Thursdays, but you are encouraged to complete the workouts “on your own.” Email Coach Mark with questions at mark@crossfitdefined.com.

4 x 1000s Rx

Key here is pacing. Aim for a hard, consistent effort. Rest is 2 to 3 min. between. Goal is to keep your intervals between 3 and 5 sec. of one another.

Sunday:

Endurance will meet at CrossFit Defined Lincoln Square at 8:00 a.m. for our Indoor Endurance. Come see what all the fuss is about.


 

General programming REMINDER: Weekly WODs are posted every Sunday evening for the week ahead. Programming is focused towards preparing athletes for a long fall endurance event, such as the Chicago Marathon. Every post will contain scaled options for athletes with goals other than the marathon. Generally speaking the weekly WODs prescribe one short interval day, one long interval day and a long distance conditioning day. They are to be performed in conjunction with at least 3-5 Crossfit workouts per week.

Tuesday intervals: Alternating between short and long interval workouts. We will rotate locations between the Belmont Lakefront and the NEW Montrose Track facility.

Thursdays – on your own training. This is a great time to use the Facebook group to grab a few friends to train with.

Sunday Simulated Long Run: Every Sunday at 8am at CFD LS. If you’re training for an obstacle style endurance event, such as an Urbanathlon or Tough Mudder, these workouts may be right up your alley. They are also great for anyone interested in further developing their general conditioning. The workouts incorporate running with bodyweight movements such as pushups, air squats, lunges, burpees. The WODs are longer than weekday WODs, but the atmosphere is always full of energy to keep you going.

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