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How to Do a Yasso 800 Workout Take your marathon goal time in hours and minutes and convert this to minutes and seconds. For example, if your marathon First, do an easy warm-up of 5 to 10 minutes jogging and a few warm-up exercises. Next, try to run 800 meters (approximately 1/2 mile) at your.
The Yasso 800 workout is meant to begin with 4 repeats. At the beginning of your training, aim to run four Yasso 800s during your speed workout. If you are unable to maintain your goal pace throughout all 4 repetitions, stick with 4 repetitions again during your next speed workout.How to Run Yasso 800s.
The premise is actually quite simple: Take your goal marathon time and then run that time for 800 meters—use minutes and seconds rather than hours and minutes. For example, if you’re trying to run a 4:15 marathon, your Yasso 800m goal time is 4 minutes and 15 seconds. The same holds true for faster runners.The key Yasso 800 workout is 10 x 800 at Yasso 800 pace with equal time rest. The best time to do this workout is about 2-3 weeks out from race day in place of one of your speed workouts.
This is the workout that will hopefully predict your marathon time. These marathoners are full of confidence since they trained using Yasso 800s!One general way to find out about what your marathon speed would be is to run a bunch of 800 meter runs (twice around a standard outdoor track) in an average of 3min.30sec. each, if you think you can run a 3hr. 30 minute marathon.
Between the 800s, jog for the same number of minutes it took you to run your repeats.Yasso 800s are not a magical predictor workout. But do enough sustainable, consistent intervals like Yasso 800s over time, and it can seem magical for fitness progression. David Roche partners with runners of all abilities through his coaching service, Some Work, All Play.Hey, interessting article, damn we share so many things!
I have already done this workouts many times, the 10×400 is a very typical one, as for the Yasso, I usually do 6×800 or 8×800 but did the 10 once out of curiosity. If you want to experience real pain (I guess you will find it challenging hehe), you can try the 5×2000.The first problem is that the Yasso 800 workout focuses on having you run near your VO2 max pace (≈5k pace) for a large volume of repeats. While a good VO2 max is certainly helpful for marathoning, it is not as important as something like lactate threshold.Yasso 800s.
Yasso 800s are a staple in many marathon training plans, and have been for years. This simple marathon workout can be used to help predict your overall finish time. Simply complete 10 x 800s and take the average time of completion for each 800 to.Bart begins running his Yasso 800s a couple of months before his goal marathon.
The first week he does four. On each subsequent week, he adds one more until he reaches 10. The last workout of Yasso.Yasso 800s are exactly what you think—running 800 meters (two laps) around a track. In this case, you should run 10 x 800 until you get a time you can keep consistently or, the marathon time you are shooting for.
For example, if you can run 10 x 800 in 3 minutes and 30 seconds each, you should be able to run a 3 hour and 30 minute marathon.That means you would do your Yasso 800s in 5 minutes (which just happens to be a 10 minute per mile pace). For beginners, I recommend starting with 2 Yasso 800s for your first workout.
If you are able to do both 800s at the target pace, then try to add 1 more every other week throughout your training schedule.The Real History of the Yasso 800s; Another (Sort of) Endorsement for Yasso 800’s; Is 30-20-10 Training the Next Yasso 800s? Bartcasts: The Ultimate Runner’s Vacation; The.
The workout is simple. Run 800 meters as fast as possible and then jog for recovery in the same amount of time it took to run the 800 meters. Start with 2 to 3 repeats and build up to 5 to 6 repeats as your body becomes more comfortable with the idea of speed work.
He was training for a marathon later in the fall, so two days before Portland he went to a nearby track and ran Yasso 800s. “I’m trying to build up to ten 800s in the same time as my marathon goal time,” he told me. Huh? Half-miles in 2 or 3 hours?
I didn’t get it. Bart saw that he’d have to do more explaining.
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