I hope you had a great Xmas and holiday break – which I hope for you is on-going until the new year. Myself, among of series of gifts one thing that might be interesting to you is the Fitbit Charge 2. Honestly, I like it. It’s connected with some other apps and monitors by heart rate throughout the day, my sleep, and is a conduit to keep necessary data in one place. Personally, I don’t need a great Garmin that keeps complex data and a whole tool set of other options. I think you can still train to your heart’s desire without adopting an olympian’s routine. More to follow on the Fitbit as I continue to use it and as we progress on SOFREP’s PT we’ll discover if the Fitbit holds up. Because the training will eventually become more complex as we enter the new year.
1) Run 4 miles
1st mile at a conversational pace,
2nd and 3rd mile at your maximum but sustainable pace,
and 4th mile at a conversational pace but stride out of the last half mile and make life difficult for yourself.
2) 3 rounds:
1st round: 25 pull ups, 25 dips
2nd round: 15 pull ups, 20 dips
3rd round: 10 pull ups, 15 dips
We’re rucking and running, unloaded, tomorrow.
PLEASE SUBSCRIBE TO CONTINUE READING.
Your subscription is important and supports our editorial integrity and our 100% veteran writing team. Advertisers these days are afraid of being associated with controversial news outlets, like us, that take a stand. Your subscription is vital to ensuring we can continue to publish the courageous apolitical news we are known and respected for as former combat veterans.Subscribe or login