2018 HOKA ONE ONE Postal Nationals Fall Training, Week Twelve, Day 1, the last 2 weeks of the season


We are down to the last 2 weeks of cross country season. We are keeping this week light as the season is coming to a close. Some are also doing a light indoor season. If you keep your long run, and some light stride outs, you will surprise yourself with your racing fitness.

IMG_5141.jpgGetting in some strideouts, photo by HOKA ONE ONE NAZ Elite

Monday, December 3, 2018-warm up, easy 50 minutes, 8 x150 meter stride outs, cooldown

This is the twelfth week of the HOKA ONE ONE Fall cross country mileage program. We finished 12 weeks of Summer training, plus two weeks of early summer training. Fall began 12 weeks ago. Now, we have finished the NXN, and have only FootLocker, and USATF Juniors,

Please show our training suggestions to your coach, and always listen to your coach. During the late fall, we will provide you with 2 more weeks of suggestions to get you to racing fit and help you reach your goals. Fine tune our program, make it work for you. Our themes are this: You need to train your mortal engine. Physical and mental challenges are important. Manage training and life stress. Turn stress into fun. Remember to rest, and have recovery days. Know how to improve your racing skills. Most of all, have fun!

And most of all, remember that, when you are looking for running shoes, check out www.hokaoneone.com and check out their fall racing contest, www.hokaoneonepostalnationals.com.

Week 12, This the 12th week of Fall XC Training

Monday-warm up, easy 50 minutes, 8 x150 meter stride outs, cooldown

Tuesday-warm up, 1 x mile, at current 5k race pace, cooldown

Wednesday-warm up, easy 30 minutes, 8 x150 meter stride outs, cooldown, cooldown.

Thursday-warm up, two miles on track, jog turns, sprint turns, cooldown

Friday-warm up, easy 30 minutes, 4 x 150 meters stride outs, cooldown

Saturday-warm up, 5k race, cooldown, or a 40 minute fartlek, four times, five minutes at 5k pace, five minutes easy, one minute easy, cooldown

Sunday-warm up, 75-85 minute run, cool down

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