I found this random You Tube video from the 2011 Warrior Dash. It isn’t the complete course but pretty close. The guy with the head cam totally misses an obstacle and going around the tent.
Day One & Two: Laziness!
Day Three: Day 1 5K training on Run Training App pretty easy/mellow need to change-up this training plan.
11:27 average mile
5 min warm up
60 8x second jog
90 8x second walk
5 min cool down
Day Four: Track workout
Walked Laps no idea how many! (Girl Talk)
Ran stadium stairs = 15:00
Workout = 3.15 total miles 1:01:00
Day Five: Track Workout
Walk 1/4 Mile
Run 1/4 Mile
2 sets of stadium stairs
Workout = 3.19 miles 54:40
Day Six: Swim Mom!
Day One: Swim Mom!
Day Two: Natatorium workout!
Pool Stairs down, up and across! When I completed a set I walked to the other end and did 10 BOY push-ups and 25 air squats repeat 4x then I did 10 dips, 10 wall push-ups and 10 lunges on each leg. Completed 25 minutes of stairs. Total workout time 45 minutes!
Day Three: Run on treadmill 1.20 miles then headed to Kickboxing. I love this class. I burn a great deal of calories and have fun at the same time!
The instructor put together a boxing cadence to include this. So much fun!
Day Four: First day of 1/2 Marathon training. I am using two apps on my phone when I run. Map my run to track my mileage for the 30 miles in 30 days and Run Training for 1/2 training.
3.49 miles of Run/Walk 48:07
Day Five: My new running partner really didn’t want to swim today she just wanted to run. I think she covers double the amount of ground than I do when I can have her off the leash.
Day two of 1/2 training run/walk 3.92 miles 53:23
Day Six: Day three of 1/2 training! It’s official I have signed up for the Rock n Roll 1/2 Marathon in Denver on September 22, 2012. I think I had a huge runner’s high when I hit send on the registration.
Day three of 1/2 training run/walk 4.59 miles 1:03:02
Day Seven: Rest day! The “Chef” is taking me out-of-town for a little get away!
Signed up for the Denver Post Run Challenge! 30 Miles in 30 Days!
Total Miles = 13.2 miles 4 days! (Only four days to complete a half!) LOL!