Thanks to T for sharing this gem.

So, we ran. Again. And I see some great improvements in everyone’s running. Yes, everyone. And I hope you see it, too. We’ve been playing with intervals and increasing distances, along with varying rest times. The goal is to make you all more comfortable with running, while getting in some true aerobic (vs. anaerobic) work.

But why? Cause it’s good for you. It’s not a complicated answer. There are plenty of benefits… from building greater lung capacity to increasing leg endurance and strength. Yesterday, I included a post from Women’s Health, so I guess today it’s only fair that I include a link from Men’s Health, right? Here’s on about running intervals. Also, read what about.com has to say about running and weight loss.

Great work, everyone.

**Next Wednesday is a “Bring A Friend” Day at BC. Invite any friends you’ve been talking to about your experience with Bootcamp.**

3/21 Workout:
2x Run 400m, Rest 1 min, Run 800m, Rest 2 min. Then Core work.

 

2 Responses to “”

  1. Chris
    March 21, 2012 at 10:22 am #

    I’m looking forward to proving the hypothesis that bootcamp is sufficient training for the Bridge Run.

  2. Carter
    March 21, 2012 at 2:21 pm #

    I love it!

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