Just as a rough guess I was thinking of beginning my sprint workouts again on October 4, which gives me 10 weeks off. That would be the shortest off season I have ever had. Is that too short in anyones opinion? That would give me 22-24 weeks of a training to the end of the indoor season or Bobsled/Skeleton season. So here is a plan for 4×6 weeks worth. This is just a thought and I am open to any and all opinions and thoughts.
Early season work Phase I
Monday – ACC. DEV——> Sled pulls (60m) w/ 25# weight
Tuesday – Tempo work over 1000m ——-> 10×100, 5×200 w/ :30s rest.
Wednesday – Tempo work over 1200m?
Thursday – ACC DEV———> Hill work (60-100m)
Friday – ACC DEV——–> Sled pulls (60m) w/ 25# weight
*Where could I or should I fit plyometrics into this? For those tempo workouts what are some options that you think would be beneficial for me? What are some other options that I could place in here for workouts?
Monday – ACC Dev——-> starts and sled pulls (60m) w/25# weight
Tuesday – Tempo work (1000m)?
Wednesday – ACC Dev——–> Hill work (60m-100m)
Thursday – Tempo work (1200m)?
Friday – ACC Dev——–>
In this phase I would start to address work on the track as far as ACC Dev. How far could you or you should begin with when doing starts. Also looking at that Friday for work, what is an option for an ACC Dev. day?
Monday – ACC Dev/Max V——-> starts and flys
Tuesday – Tempo———> ?
Wednesday – ACC Dev——–> starts
Thursday – Tempo or rest day if needed
Friday – ACC Dev/Max V——-> starts and flys
In the phase I'm starting to place the top end speed into my running. As far as Max V work should I begin with flying 10's and 20's then move to 30's in another phase?
Monday – ACC Dev/Max V——–> starts and flys
Tuesday – Tempo or rest day
Wednesday – SE——-> 70-150m of speed?
Thursday – ACC Dev——–> starts
Friday – Pre-Meet
How do these phases look over all? Where can their be changes or improvements to it? I think I already hae an idea of what might be said, but please let the comments ROLL!