[i]Originally posted by DaGovernor[/i]
Here's a question that I never ever thought about till now. When doing any kind of workout with only walkback rest, I've noticed in my experiences that some people walk faster than others (some have a fast walking stride, some slow). If this is the case during a workout, some people may get more rest than others, as they may not need it, putting the rest of the runners at a disadvatage. How would you combat that?
I haven't given this too much thought in the past, especially on the shorter runs, but you could potentially look at walk back speed as an indication of readiness for the next run. That is, those who walk back faster may not need the added recovery as much as those who are walking back slower. Obviously this couldn't apply to everyone but off the top of my head it might be a way to look at the situation. Thoughts?