My friend I did 9 very fast block starts follow by 150’s with trainers. I would call the 150’s controlled speed work based on what CF mention last summer and my PR’s. Those same 150’s with spikes on probably would have been 18-19/17-18/17-18/16-17.
If I decide to compete this outdoors, I will blaze come May-August.
Seagrave (Prisoner squats, highland fling, front lunge, side lunge, speed skaters)
Sprint drills 3x3
4x200 @ 30 5mins rest
The 200’s were suppose to be at 30sec, I came in at 25-28-26-26. The first 200 I didn’t know how fast I were running and the last three runs I made sure to slow down the final 10m or so. Overall good session with more speed work tomorrow. I know my workouts may look crazy to some but I’m feeling strong, fit, and looking towards running well next week.
This outdoor season has been a horrible one, full of injuries and many ups and downs. So far my best has been high 10.8’s in below average weather, my body hasn’t been the same - I felt slow-heavy-zero turnover this season. Early last season I didn’t run well but still felt like I had the potential to bust one every weekend, this year has been totally different.
Last week I went to a meet with my friends and there dumb asses didn’t want to listen to me - we got lost on the way, by the time we got to the track I only had 15mins to warm-up. I made finals but injured both of my hamstrings at around 80m. Not sure if it was an injury or cramps, I decided to take 8-9 days and let the system reboot (kinda like when your computer freezes - time to reboot)…
At this time I have meets schedule for June 13-23-30 and July 7-14-24-28. I am currently working on my state content exams and may run in a meet back home in July. It’s a stressful time in my life right now, if all go well I will move back home this August.