Today we were circuit training “OUTSIDE”. Its been so long since we have had some good weather. Todays circuit inluded flipping/dragging tyres, hill sprints, core exercises and lifting sand bags. 45 seconds on each station with 15 sseconds rest/ready to move onto the next station. We repeated this 5 times. Fitzroy pointed out that the average number of contests to win a medal is usually around 5 so the circuit mirrored the fitness required bearing in mind the last contest will probably be the hardest and your brain will start to lose control/focus. After the first set it was obvious that the group were not pushing themselves enough. They did better as the 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th sets were completed and were more focused.
April 27, 2010
It’s Nice Outside ! (if your a coach)
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