Weekly Workouts for the Online Team – Wed at 9am, coming in:
Two really icky type workouts that I love to push through on a challenge day.  Centering around learning to run uphill – everyone’s favourite style of running hey? – and getting your muscle fibres to adapt between training elements.
 
Uphill running is very very different to flat running.  The style is changed, you need to get heels down and use your bum more, otherwise your calf muscles are going to lock up and blow out faster than you can say “my lungs aren’t working anymore!!”.  And you won’t be able to say that, because your lungs won’t be working anymore 🙂  3 Rounds of varying hill steepness on a treadmill – it will test your lungs, your legs and your willpower.  Our greatest tip?  Don’t stop.  Change the speed as required definitely….manage you pace. Stopping on the other hand is acknowledging mentally that you have tapped out….and maybe you need to…..but usually, its because you WANT to, not because you need to….slow it down, walk, but don’t stop!
 
The Transitional Training is another aspect of training, particularly in multi-sports that doesn’t oft get practiced by newcomers, for the simple reason that it can be remarkably unpleasant.  Feeling muscles stiff, changing breathing patterns – this all takes several minutes to change over and its not a walk in the park.  It definitely gets quicker, and it’s definitely worth practicing, as experiencing it all for the first time on race day is a fabulous recipe to hit all sorts of walls.  Get some experience under the belt beforehand hey?
Come Take A Look At:
Enjoy that Hill Run – It’s an absolute banger supreme….lol
Pete.
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