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Medieval marathon killkenny

• 80 sessions scheduled so far

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  • Wed 08/24 • Recovery Run

    6.33 mi • 55:23

    Some people refer to a recovery type run as an 'easy' run but calling it that is not completely accurate! As any experienced runner knows, even the most relaxed run can still be a challenge in its own way. Focus on being relaxed and not using too much mental energy. You're just getting in some solid mileage in preparation for your next hard workout. As always make sure to watch any videos for tips from our Boost pro runners!

  • Tue 08/23 • 400M Repeats

    6.23 mi

    6 | 6 | False Warm Up: 1.5 mi. 12x ( • 0.25mi. @ 7:43/mi average pace • 1:30 - Rest ) 2x ( • 0.12mi. @ 7:43/mi average pace • 1:30 - Rest ) Cool Down: 1.5 mi.

  • Tue 08/23 • Injury Prevention

    10:00

    Follow any attached videos and the routines for injury prevention and general strength. These exercises are crucial for improving your form and staying healthy while continuing to run day in and day out! | 1

  • Mon 08/22 • Rest Day

    Rest days are important. While you're taking the day off from any training, it is still important to focus on things like sleep, hydration and not getting off your consistency! Enjoy your rest day and we'll see you for your next session.

  • Sun 08/21 • treading water

    Tread water in a deeper end of the pool, lake or body of water. Keep the effort relaxed and take any necessary breaks throughout. To make things harder and more interesting, lift your arms straight up and out of the water for 30second intervals and only use your legs.

  • Sat 08/20 • Rest Day

    Rest days are important. While you're taking the day off from any training, it is still important to focus on things like sleep, hydration and not getting off your consistency! Enjoy your rest day and we'll see you for your next session.

  • Fri 08/19 • Recovery Run

    6.33 mi • 55:23

    Some people refer to a recovery type run as an 'easy' run but calling it that is not completely accurate! As any experienced runner knows, even the most relaxed run can still be a challenge in its own way. Focus on being relaxed and not using too much mental energy. You're just getting in some solid mileage in preparation for your next hard workout. As always make sure to watch any videos for tips from our Boost pro runners!