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Fitness 101
(308) 338-8101
4105 2nd Ave # 4
Kearney, NE
 
Kearney Boxing
(308) 237-4903
1908 Central Ave
Kearney, NE
 
Kearney Country Club
(308) 237-2553
Golf Shop
Kearney, NE
 
Press On Community Youth Center
(308) 234-8167
1622 Central Ave
Kearney, NE
 
Good Samaritan Wellness Center
(308) 865-7458
3219 Central Ave
Kearney, NE
 
Vitality Center
(308) 237-7879
2001 Avenue A
Kearney, NE
 
Curves
(308) 237-9552
3811 Central Ave # E
Kearney, NE
 
Ironside Gym
(308) 708-1155
2020 Central Ave
Kearney, NE
 
Vitality Center
(308) 237-7879
115 E 21st St
Kearney, NE
 
Inner Power Martial Arts
(308) 237-5464
1806 2nd Ave
Kearney, NE
 

Interval Training for Inline Skaters

By Barry Publow
 

A practice session of the Toronto Inline Skating Club

Jade Pauley leads the way at a Toronto Inline Skating Club practice, followed by Scott Pauley, Jesse Pauley, Morgan Williams and Herb Gayle.

Photo: Peter Doucet, Speed Skate World

Competing in a marathon is a lot like competing in a 10K. The pace changes often with periods of relaxed skating punctuated by hard surges as skaters chase breakaways or go on fliers of their own.

To be successful under these conditions, you need three things: endurance, acceleration, and the ability to recover.

Endurance will get you to the finish line; acceleration will allow you to keep up with surges in the pack; and the ability to recover will allow you to get the rest you need between surges.

One of the best tools for developing these skills is interval training.

Here are two interval workouts especially designed to prepare skaters for marathons:

Workout No. 1

  • warm up: 5 minutes at a constant pace, then 5 minutes progressing to race pace in the final minute.
  • 4 reps of 5 minutes at 80-85 percent effort with 3 minutes active recovery (very slow skating) between each.
  • rest - 8 minutes
  • 2 fartleks (variable speed interval) of 10 minutes each with 2-3 minutes rest.
  • rest - 3 minutes
  • 5 100m sprints with 90 seconds rest between them
  • cooldown: 10 minutes

Workout No. 2

  • warm up: 5 minutes at a constant pace, then 5 minutes progressing to race pace in the final minute.
  • 2 minutes on at 90 perent effort, followed immediately by 1 minut...

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