71º, sunny and humid at Sewanee's St. Andrews track at 6:30am. Beautiful morning with fog rising out of the valley.
10 x 200m with one minute rest interval strictly timed. I integrated the rest interval into my beeping timer so I wouldn't cheat. I was knackered after 6, but somehow I did 10 with not much loss of speed. I stayed close to the goal of 34 sec 200s. My last 200m was right on target, 34.
Saucony Virrata trainers on
800m warmup, stretches, drills
10 x 200m - 34 avg (32-36) with 1 min rest
If my ankle wasn't an issue, I think I could rest and do it again, but I don't want to push it. 2000m of sprints is a decent days work. Tempted to run these in spikes but it's good not to. One good thing about this type of workout, it takes less time than those long sprint / long recovery workouts. I should do some tempo endurance 300s and work up to some power sprints (fast - short). This workout makes me realize that it takes more effort and is more tiring to run with good form, which should not be a surprise.