Don’t quit when you’re tired…quit when you’re done.

Potential PT #1 – Run

Your running pace should be constant and difficult to maintain. It should not be impossible to reach the 20 minutes, but the point is to push yourself to run harder and faster than you normally would on a distance run. This is a great tool for increasing speed on future distance runs, boosting metabolism, burning calories, and working on lower body strength/endurance all in a short workout.

Stretch/Warm Up

Tempo Run – 20 Minutes or 2.75 miles

Stretch

Potential PT #2 – Bike Tempo

Stretch/Warm Up

Bike 30 Minutes with Medium Resitance

OR

Bike Sprint Training for 20-30 Minutes

Stretch

Abs/Core: Circuit: 2 Rounds

1. Flutter Kicks – 1 Minute
2. Bosu with Twist – 1 Minute
3. Side Plank w/ Hip Raises – 30 seconds each side
4. Plank – 1 Minute
5. Stability Ball Toe Touches – 1 Minute
6. Flutter Kicks – 1 Minute
7. MB Twists – 1 Minute

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