Workout of the Week: 038 – The 3-Level Fartlek

This workout is the natural extension to Zane Robertson’s fartlek session last week, with a tweak in either direction on the endurance-speed scale. WHAT The 3-Level Fartlek 5x2mins @ 10k effort (1min jogs) 5x1min @ 3k effort (1min jogs) 5x30secs fast (90secs jogs) Terrain: Undulating mixed terrain. Stable under foot. Feels: Relax and find your[…]

Workout of the Week: 037 – Zane Robertson

2:08 marathoner Zane Robertson joins us to talk through a classic East African fartlek session that you can tailor to your fitness and current training goals. WHAT 10-20x 1min fast, 1min jog Terrain: Undulating mixed terrain. Keep it fun! Feels: Listening to what your body can do. You can tackle this workout several ways: 1)[…]

Workout of the Week: 031 – Katherine Camp’s Fartlek Progression

Katherine Camp is one of the NZ’s leading middle distance runners and the reigning 800m National Champ. This week she guides us through a fartlek workout designed to build that speed endurance and also teach the body to run fast and controlled when tired. WHAT Fartlek Progression Equal time of work-to-recovery: 2x90secs 2x60secs 2x30secs 4x15secs[…]

Workout of the Week: 025 – Oska Inkster-Baynes 4×10 Minutes

Now we’re in the middle of Massive March we have the perfect man for the job of helping us adapt to going longer and marathon pace: Oska Inkster-Baynes—the reigning NZ marathon champ! This is a workout he will do out on the hills behind Christchurch and is ideally done to heart-rate/feel rather than exact pace.[…]

Workout of the Week: 014 – Feel-Good Fartlek

As we farewell 2019, we’re doing a run-it-as-you-feel fartlek: 10x 1min on, 1min off. You might do it fast, you might do it cruisey, or you might start slower and finish fast—it’s up to you and how your legs are feeling! Fartlek: 10x 1min at whatever speed you feel like Recoveries: 1 minute easy jog Terrain: Fun[…]

Workout of the Week: Fartlek Intervals – 010

This workout is a super energiser. Shorter intervals but quicker speed mean you’ll be getting both lungs and legs cranking! Be sure to join our club on Strava: strava.com/clubs/runtempofit And our group on Facebook: facebook.com/groups/teamtempofit/ And don’t forget to connect on: Facebook @runtempofit Instagram @runtempofit #tempofitwow #tempofitwow010 (the three numbers at the end matching the number[…]