Tuesday, July 8, 2008

Run, Push, Run, Pull, Repeat

Your running loop (or out and back) should be a total distance of around 1/3 of a mile per lap. Starting at your pull-up bars, run half of the loop, do push ups, run back to pull-up bars, do pull-ups. That is one lap. Here's the workout:

15 Push-ups
5 Pull-ups

Repeat for 10 laps. 10 laps should give you a 3 mile run, 150 push-ups and 50 pull-ups. Can you do it in under 30 minutes?

Decathlon Drive house fire. Special thanks to MFF Justin Wood for the
great photo.

Post time and laps to comments.

No comments: