This short core workout is great for any athlete looking to develop a stronger core. Follow me along in my workout by clicking the link.
A full body stretch to enhance the recovery process. Use my video to guide you through or do your own routine:
Run Speed Intervals. 20 minute warm up. 2 minutes hard followed by 2 minutes easy. Repeat x 6. Cool down for 16 minutes of easy running. Stretch & foam roll post-workout. Practice deep belly breathing and relaxing the muscles to release tension. Hydrate!
Each activity is 15 minutes and the HR ramps up as you move to the next section. The first bike is a progressive warm up. Then your first run will be at a moderate pace. The second bike will be hard efforts, and your final run will be a solid hard 5 minute max effort. Then ease up on the run to begin a 10 minute cool down. Enjoy this amazing double brick workout that, with regular practice, will help your body adapt to the run-bike-run demands of the DU.
Progressive Run Workout. Warm up 10 minutes. The main set is a 30 minute build towards a faster pace. After build is done, run or walk a 10 minute cool down. Practice deep belly breathing during the walk to ignite recovery.
This core workout is an asset to any athletes program. Click the link to get started and I'll guide you through an effective and efficient 20-min core workout:
10 minute progressive warm up. Then ride the hills with a solid effort, getting your heart rate up to 80-85% by the time you crest the hill. Spin home for easy cool down for 10 minutes.