Hill Running Workout 19 #hillwod

08/08/2015 - Hill Workouts
Hill Running Workout 19 #hillwod

HILLWOD 19 brings us a healthy serving of UP-HILL Sled pushes and hill sprints! It’s a suckfest. Do it.




The suggestion is to load the sled with weights/plates equalling your bodyweight (not counting the sled weight).

To get the intended weight right for your situation, aim for a weight that is about your 10 meter (30 feet) max for an up hill push.






Notes from Jeff’s test run of this HILLWOD: I did this one on a 2-4% incline in front of the Hillseeker Training Center.

The street surface is mixed asphalt and includes some very sticky sections that must be magnetically activated to grab on and hold the sled!

It took me 17:38 to get the sled to the top. I ran 30KG of plates back to the start, returned to the sled and completed the five 20M downhill sled sprints.

Sled weight: 80KG. 


Have a great hill workout!

— Coach Jeff


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