2017 HOKA ONE ONE Postal Nationals Fall Cross Country Training Program, Week 21, Day 7:

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This is long run day. This past weekend was NCAA Regionals, NJCAA and NXN regionals. The planned run is a relaxed 85-90 minute run. If you feel sore and or tired, then, slow down and consider shortening the run.

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Sunday: November 12, 2017. warm up, 85-90 minute modereate paced long run today, watch for any injuries from your race day, cooldown.

As you begin running again, please consider the HOKA ONE ONE training shoes.

To learn about our sponsor, please go to 2017 HOKA ONE ONE Postal Nationals, which opened August 15!

Want some inspiration? Then, check out the video below, which highlights the 2016 HOKA ONE ONE Postal Nationals. It should inspire you to ask coach if your team can compete in it. All teams are welcome and it is free! See how your team ranks across the U.S! Here's the video: http://www.runnerspace.com/video.php?video_id=190549#ooid=E2OHhiODE6d19qhv14SIqSXQX088IklV

Fall 2017 HOKA ONE ONE, Fall XC Training Program, week 21

Monday, warm up, relaxed 45-50 minutes of running, 8 x 150 meter strideouts, cooldown

Tuesday, warm up, 20 minute tempo run on track, run pace at 30 seconds per mile above our

current 5k racing pace, so if you run 6 minute pace today for 5k race, run tempo at 6:30 pace, and stay

focused. Jog 800 meters, and finish with 4 times 200 meters, easy jog in between, cooldown

Wednesday, warm up, easy 45-55 minute minute run, four times 150 meter stride outs, cooldown, easy

stretching.

Thursday, warm up, 2 miles on track jog turns, sprint straights, running at race pace, cooldown

Friday, warm up, easy 45-50 minute run with four 150 meter stride outs, then cooldown

Saturday, warm up,big race, warm up well, race well, cool down, consider your race.

Sunday: warm up, 85-90 minute modereate paced long run today, watch for any injuries from your race day, cooldown.

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