TO RECORD A TIME FOR THE 800m or 1500m.
- This will be done using a series of progressions that cater for every fitness level.
- Every progression is either 800m or 1500m and can be timed.
- Each athlete should choose a level they are comfortable with and aim to improve over time.
- Athletes are encouraged to time and record their own performances, to help gauge improvement.
|1||Run 100m, Walk 300m (x2) – Rest between each 400m|
|2||Run 100m, Walk 100m, Run 100m, Walk 100m (x2) – Rest between each 400m|
|3||Run 200m, Walk 200m (x2) – Rest between each 400m|
|4||Run 300m, Walk 100m (x2) – Rest between each 400m|
|5||Run 400m (x2) – Rest between each 400m|
|6||Run 200m, Walk 200m, Run 200m, Walk 200m|
|7||Run 400m, Walk 400m|
|8||Run 600m, Walk 200m|
|10||Run 300m, Walk 400m, Run 400m, Walk 400m|
|11||Run 700m, Walk 800m|
|12||Run 1100m, Walk 400m|
|14||Run 800m (sets of)|
|15||Run 1500m (sets of)|