Master the Navy PRT 6 week plan

Author

Bradley Haag

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Length

6 Weeks

Typical Week

3 Run, 2 Strength, 1 Other, 1 Day Off, 1 X-Train

Longest Workout

0:40 hrs

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Summary

This plan focuses on mastering the Navy physical readiness test which is Max push-ups in 2min, Max sit-ups in 2min, and 1.5 mile run.
This plan also has workouts to increase your overall strength, endurance, and flexability. If you have any questions about the plan, please contact me at bradleyhaag3@gmail.com

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Training Load By Week
Average Weekly Breakdown
Average Weekly Training Hours: 03:09
Training Load By Week
Average Weekly Training Hours: 03:09
Average Weekly Breakdown

Bradley Haag

Bend Fitness

I specialize in working with beginner to intermediate triathletes, duathletes, & cyclists. With that said I'm always willing to lend assistance to those with different goals, please don't hesitate to contact me for more information.

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Sample Day 1

0:30:00
PRT warm-up

Warm-up with some jumping jacks, arm circles, leg swings, and squats.
Then do 2x10 setups of push-ups with perfect form. Followed by 2x15 sit-ups with perfect form
Lastly do a short easy 15min run with 4x 30sec race pace pick ups. 5 min cool down walk.

Sample Day 2

0:30:00
Practice PRT

Go to the PRT course or a similar course and practice doing a PRT. Push-ups, sit-ups, and the 1.5mile run. Bring a partner to count your reps and watch your form.

Sample Day 12

0:30:00
Hurricane Run Sprint Workout

Do this workout on a treadmill. Warm-up with 10-15 minutes easy running, then run 10x30 seconds at maximum pace, all out sprint. After each sprint, get off the treadmill and do 10 pushups, 10 mountain climbers, and 10 bicycle crunches, then get right back on the treadmill and do another sprint. Cool-down with another 10-15 minutes of easy running with a focus on high cadence and good form.

Sample Day 15

0:40:00
Run Power Workout

This is a taper or race week training phase workout designed to maximize recruitment of motor units and power. It is very short and should not induce soreness or muscular fatigue at all. Warm-Up: Complete 3–5 minutes of aerobic exercise such as jogging, cycling or elliptical trainer, then complete the following exercises. Main Set: Complete the following exercises as a circuit, 1–3x through, with 60–90 sec rest after each set. Cool-down: Hold each of the following stretches for 6–20 seconds. If heart rate is high or breathing is diffi cult, complete 3–5 minutes of light aerobic activity prior to the stretches.

Sample Day 17

0:40:00
Distance Foundation Run For Aerobic Endurance

Goal is foot turnover of 90+rpm, relaxed forward lean, tall, proud form, steady breathing and focus.

Sample Day 22

0:30:00
PRT warm-up

Warm-up with some jumping jacks, arm circles, leg swings, and squats. Then do 2x10 setups of push-ups with perfect form. Followed by 2x15 sit-ups with perfect form Lastly do a short easy 15min run with 4x 30sec race pace pick ups. 5 min cool down walk.

Sample Day 23

0:30:00
Navy PRT

Good luck! If you followed this plan you will be prepared to have an awesome PRT.

Master the Navy PRT 6 week plan

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