My daughter is in med school at a major urban hospital. This means long and irregular hours and lots of stress. I wanted to figure a reasonably well balanced plan to improve fitness for the 2k distance within a tight time constraint.
The plan is mainly based on the Pete Plan. This is a cyclical plan with 3 “hard” sessions a week, and 3 “steady” sessions a week. In the 3 hard sessions are a short interval session, a long interval session and a hard distance session. The steady sessions are basically 8K done at a moderate pace. The creator of the plan, Pete Marston, is an accomplished indoor rower. He wanted a plan that would fit into his lunch hour. It has some similarity to the Wolverine Plan, but dispenses with the parts of that plan that Pete found annoying.
So this, then, is a grandson of…
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