Week 10 - 5.1

Week 10 - 5.1 "Weighted Intervals"

June 14, 2018

Week 8 - 5.1 Weighted & Unweighted Intervals.

  • 4x800m
  • 4x400m
  • 4x100m (unweighted, max effort)
  • 4x50m (unweighted, max effort)
  • Intervals, rest 1 min between each
  • Record time for each interval
  • Do not exceed the 10% rule

Always warm up etc before commencing. We strongly recommend having a Heart Rate monitor, and already knowing your max. HR, and optimal HR zones.

Maintain the 10% rule. For example, if your first interval is 4:00, do not deviate from this time by more or less than 10%. If you are unable to stay within the 10%, stop. We’re looking for consistency over an extended period of training.

(Weighted) Run; with 10kg tactical vest/serviceable weight bearing equipment. Do NOT run with weight if you are not (yet) in a profession where you are required to do so. This component only applies to those who are current Military, Law Enforcement, Firefighters or in a profession where you have had exposure & training to run whilst bearing weight.

This is where common sense applies, if you do NOT fall into that category, simply complete the intervals without weight. We cannot stress enough, we strongly discourage you from running with weight if you are not already accustomed to it. We will introduce this gradually at a later stage after training you to do so. 

Ask us why if you disagree.

IF you are not at the standard where you are able to attempt or complete these, or you want a program to improve at any of these activities, have a look at our Complete Strength & Conditioning Program, successfully completing this program will bring you to the level where you are able to set competitive times in workouts like these. You should already have a firm base before attempting this volume of training and our programs are developed to get you there.

1. Before conducting any physical activity we recommend seeing a medical practitioner or health specialist.
2. Do not attempt any activity if you are injured or suffering any medical condition without consulting a physician or health specialist.
3. Skilled Athlete and the Author accept no liability for any injury sustained while participating in activities mentioned in this WOD. By conducting the program you as the individual or group accept full liability.
4. We recommend using serviced and functional equipment to conduct all activities.
5. All advice is only given as a guide. Skilled Athlete accept no liability for damages sustained as a result.

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