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  1. RUN
    good Army Physical Fitness Test 2 mi 00:12:53 06:26 pace

    334 points on my age scale. 94 pushups & 87 situps in 2:00, and ran the 2 mile in 12:53. A couple more workouts on this course and I could knock that time down a bit, but it's hard to ma... read more

  2. RUN
    alright Interval runs 4.7 mi 00:42 08:51 pace

    Worked out a little too late today. 11:00 was hot! Not the fastest, but definitely the most difficult. 166ave/188max HR for 40min put a hurtin on me.

    400m warmup
    4 x 200m fastest :40
    200m betwee... read more

    • Sol S.
      Sol S.

      looks like 300 wlll be baby food. nice run and set. "short timer now..."

      over 4 years ago Like

  3. RUN
    good 200/400/800 workout in the Stan 4.7 mi 00:42 09:00 pace

    Third time doing this and after a 2 day rest cycle I can finally feel my calves and hamstrings coming around. This is a lot easier when your muscles are strong enough to propel you forward.

    400m ... read more

  4. RUN
    alright 200/400/800 4.7 mi

    A little better than last time.

  5. RUN
    alright speed workout 4.72 mi 00:46 09:48 pace

    400m warmup
    4 x 200m @ ~0:40 w/200m jog between
    4 x 400m @ ~1:40 w/400m jog between
    2 x 800m @ ~3:35 w/400m jog between
    400m cooldown

    200m length to work with so lots of turnarounds, gravel road w... read more

    • Sol S.
      Sol S.

      matt - that's a real solid workout right there. Great work for the 2mile to 5k "full bore", and with the jogs in middle you rack up that extra mileage to give a good assist to the over all endurance.

      unless you run the TM at 1%, your calves are getting a "free" assist. probably only 10sec/mile "endurance", but much more lost on speed.

      Nice job!

      What race?

      almost 5 years ago Like

    • Matt J.
      Matt J.

      Thanks Sir, oh the "race" is the APFT on April 26th. Can't let any of these whipper snappers beat my score, especially not any liuetenants ;)

      almost 5 years ago Like

  6. I read a rule of thumb that you should spend most of your time training in the 60% to 80% max heart rate range. What if I'm only concerned about the 90% to 100% range? Is there some sort of ... read more

    • Sol S.
      Sol S.

      Matt - you're going to still want some "base aerobic" beyond what it takes for 2miles hard. building the bigger engine helps you hold the throttle WFO longer.
      look at 200, 400, and 800 efforts at or just a tad faster than your 2mile goal pace (with rest/jog in between) and work to still doing a full hour of running (might look something like this)
      1mi w/u easy jog
      4 x 200 hard (slow jog 200 b/w)
      800 easy
      4 x 400 (slow jog 400 b/w)
      800 easy
      2 x 800 (slow jog 800 b/w)

      almost 5 years ago Like

    • Sol S.
      Sol S.

      the issue with training for "top-end" is that HR is a lagging response. so you need to plan to do the paces based on speed, not so much worrying about HR. Since HR might not be in the 90% range until the end of the last couple hard efforts. I typically do my 1/4's at 6:00 pace and goal of around 12:15-12:30 for the 2mile. so do some adjustments off that.

      Hope things are going well on your end and looking forward to hearing how the mob went!

      almost 5 years ago Like

    • Matt J.
      Matt J.

      Awesome thanks for the feedback Sir, I'll give it a shot. Most of my standard exercise comes from hard work on the mats, but I found that doesn't contribute to my run as much as I thought it did. See you soon!

      almost 5 years ago Like

  7. FIT
    good Wednesday night Jiu Jitsu 02:30

    Another long day, but one day closer nonetheless.

  8. RUN
    Post Jiu Jitsu run 00:30

    Have to make weight Saturday, still working off the last pound or two.

  9. FIT
    good Monday night Jiu Jitsu 02:30

    Rough start of a long week. Scaled back calories, 2.5 hours of jiu jitsu M-TR. Need to make weight Saturday :\

  10. FIT
    good Basement Circuits 01:00

    10 five minute rounds of two sets of body weight exercises, one set of heavy bag combinations, and one set of weights with a one minute break. Made for a very sweaty afternoon!

  11. FIT
    alright Thursday night Jiu Jitsu 01:15

    Feeling a little rough after a solid week of training.

  12. FIT
    great Wednesday night Jiu Jitsu - L... 01:30

    Super hard workout, sometimes I wish I was wearing a HR monitor.

  13. FIT
    good Tuesday night Jiu Jitsu - Lex... 01:15

    A little warm today but a great workout!

    • Sol S.
      Sol S.

      "warm"...didnt you just spend a week in Brazil baking in the gym?

      almost 6 years ago Like

    • Matt J.
      Matt J.

      well Sir, I spent a week and a half baking on the beach in Jamaica after that which really didn't help my case. I worked out down there, but it definitely wasn't Jiu Jitsu practice.

      almost 6 years ago Like

  14. FIT
    good Monday night Jiu Jitsu - Lexi... 01:00

    Really enjoying my time at this school. Great atmosphere and some tough guys to boot. 11 days and a wakeup before the New York Open.

  15. FIT
  16. FIT
    great Thursday Jiu Jitsu 01:10

    Found an awesome school in Lexington, KY. It's such a blessing to be able to travel and train with a great group of guys and girls. Very fortunate with New York Opens coming up in just over ... read more

  17. FIT
    good Tuesday night Jiu Jitsu 01:30

    Damian had me teach today so we trained hard. Last 5 minutes felt like the final stretch of an all out 2 mile run.

  18. FIT
    good Saturday open mat Jiu Jitsu 01:00

    Felt really good today after a week and a half off. (worked out 3 times at the resort, but definitely not jiu jitsu)