My daughter, who is now age 15 and a sophomore in high school has had a serious love for everything sprinting since 2009 when she first ran track in the 6th grade. then progressed through various school years and AAU/USATF summer track that summer and every summer up to now.
She has also ran cross country this year and last year.
I have most every CF video and Ebook, much other material collected over the past 5 years and have tried to use the knowledge gained, training my daughter up to now.
Up to this year, I was fortunate to have one of the best write up her workouts.
I had decided this fall that I needed to start figuring some of this out for myself, and since she was running cross country in the Fall, her winter workouts needed to take that into consideration.
With the help and suggestions from T-Slow and ESTI, and the use of some other materials, and decided to model her workout to one of Charlies L-S 400m programs.
This, of course, is a learning process.
The workout started at the beginning of December, and we are about half way through.
There have been some days that we stopped early because of signs of fatigue.
For the past 3 weeks we have been dealing with snow and cold winter conditions, having to modify longer runs, etc. All the local tracks are covered in snow/ice for now.
There are no indoor facilities for training, we make due with a 60m covered breezeway, a cul-de-sac that is on a steep, 16% hill, that has almost no traffic and the asphalt is usually clear, except for the sand and being wet, and an asphalt walkway at a local Park that is well maintained and usually clear.
Suggestions would be much appreciated.