Runner, Interrupted February 2020
This is the February training plan for the Fitness Protection Program's Runner, Interrupted program.
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Sample Day 1
HAPPY SUNDAY NOT-RUNDAY! Don’t forget to click here and add your #weeklywin to the Google document before the #AskAway livestream starts tonight!
Sample Day 2
Running or not, we are all Marching through March. Take a minute to look at the boxes in Training Peaks, the one called, “post-activity comments” (PAC) is where you will write your responses to these prompts each day. Hindsight may be 20/20, but memories are notoriously unreliable, so these prompts will provide a benchmark, something we can look back on later, and they almost always prove that we’ve come farther than we think we have. Let’s set yourself up for #allthewins, and that starts by logging how you feel, right now, in the PAC box.
Sample Day 3
Tuesday’s child is full of...something. :) What are you full of, today?
POST-ACTIVITY COMMENTS, log it!!
Sample Day 4
Today, Maintain is doing a workout called Eff Wind. Is it windy where you are? Do you wish you were outside or low-key grateful to not be running today?
Sample Day 5
REST DAY IS THE BEST DAY! A stopped clock is correct twice per day, and a stopped runner in Fitness Protection is DEFINITELY NOT BEHIND TWICE PER WEEK! Remember, Thursdays and Sundays are rest days and no one else is supposed to be running today. YAY! Such a better way to think about it, right?
Sample Day 6
Fri-YAY! Do you have something planned for the weekend? Would you be able to do that thing if you had a 2-hour run on the docket? Talk to us!
Sample Day 7
Saturdays feel amazingly long when I’m not kicking it off with a really long run. What do you notice about your weekends now?