Quarter Mile Sprints Circuit

The weekends are either full of productivity (workouts, 8-hours of sleep per night, meal prep, etc) or are a hot mess (all night benders, greasy late night food, hair the dog at brunch).

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While on opposite ends of the spectrum, they can be hard to predict. Regardless of your weekend, do this sprinting workout to spike your heart rate and metabolism for 24-72 hours.

Warm up: 15 minute brisk walk

Complete 4 x .25 mile sprints for a total of one mile. Each sprint should be done at max effort with the goal of finishing in less than 2 minutes. If you finish early, you get extra rest. If you need more than two minutes, that’s cool! Complete the .25 mile push as quickly as you can using the prescribed rest below between sets.

In between sprints, rest for 30-60 seconds.

Spoiler: You’ll want more rest than 30-60 seconds. Push through.

Cool Down: 15 minute light walk

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