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Rather than spending the bulk of the beginning of practice going over what each group is doing each and every day, I thought it would be easier to publish the workouts here and just go over the highlights and expectations at practice. A few quick reminders
1) It's a long season and every day has a purpose
2) Quality>Quantity. This goes for repetition as well as heavy weights
3) Every workout has an objective. Try to realize what that objective is and focus your workout on that.

Cross Country Workouts
Week 1
Week 2
Week 3
Week 4
Week 5
Week 6
Week 7
Week 8
Week 9
Week 10
Week 11
Week 12
Week 13

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Following the "Stress, Rest, Repeat" mantra, we want to get in challenging productive workouts while having adequate rest inbetween. For distance runners, track workouts among the most stressful workouts when it comes to track and field. During non-meet weeks track workouts will typically be on Tuesdays and Fridays, allowing for two days to recover in-between. On weeks where there is a meet on Saturday we will do our second workout on Wednesdays allowing two whole days of recovery from the last track workout to be refined and ready by Saturday.

Non-Meet Week

Monday

 

Distance Day

Tuesday

 

Track Workout

Wednesday

 

Weight Room

Thursday

 

Distance Day

Friday

 

Track Workout

Saturday

 

Long Run Day



Meet Week

Monday

 

Track Workout

Tuesday

 

Distance

Wednesday

 

Track Workout

Thursday

 

Distance Day

Friday

 

Distance Day

Saturday

 

Meet