January 22 2018
"I’m never thirsty when I’m running in the cold. Does that mean I’m hydrated?" Our coach advises.
So your training plan says you have an interval workout today. But what if the local track is covered in snow or a trip to the gym to run on the treadmill is not an option? It’s time to swap your outdoor repeats for a heart pumping indoor session.
Try this form drill circuit to replicate the feeling of running intervals.
For other Indoor/Outdoor Workout Swaps, try these Plyometric moves that mimic hill repeats!
Outside: High-Intensity Intervals
Inside: Form Drills
Track work, or high-intensity intervals, includes short bursts of speed. This is a runner’s workout gem for getting more speedy.
It’s tough to replicate the aerobic intensity of a track workout indoors—but you can still focus on another way of lowering your race times with form drills!
Your runner self!