Weighted Pull-up – 5/5/3/3/3/1/1/1/1/1
1 mile Run
Today we have a workout that’s unique in the regard that the two parts involved aren’t really related to each other. The first half of class will be dedicated to going through a progression for strict pull-ups, then the second half will be warming up and then hitting our mile run. For the pull-ups today we should pick a modification that challenges us, but still allows us to complete all of our sets without failing any reps. We can also flow through modifications; if you’re someone that can potentially do singles in strict pull-ups but you’re unable to string multiple reps together, you could use a band or do a negative for the 5s and 3s, then do unassisted strict pull-ups for the sets of 1. Our mile run today is meant to be an all-out effort. Your coach will go through a full running progression, warm-up, and pacing drills after your weighted pull-ups. Whenever we run a mile time trial, our goal should be to do the second half faster than the first half. We should feel like we’re doing a good job of pacing up to the halfway point, then step on the gas for the second half.
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