Defined Endurance

 

Marky Mark

2016 CFD weekly Endurance schedule (all endurance training WOD here):

Tuesdays – on your own training. This is a great time to use the Facebook group to grab a few friends to train with.

Thursdays – 7 PM – Locations will rotate between Belmont Harbor Lakefront & Montrose Track.

Sundays 8 a.m. Simulated Long Run @ CFD Lincoln Square (2750 W. Lawrence Ave. 60625)

** Class & weather updates will be made via social media Facebook Lakeview, Facebook Lincoln Square, our daily WOD post and through the Defined Endurance Facebook Group.


Thursdays (Programming will begin May 5th) – These workout will be on your own training initially, this is a great time to use the Facebook group to grab a few friends to train with. In the future we hope to open this as an official class.  Athlete participation numbers and consistency will help with this.

Sundays 8 a.m. Simulated Long Run @ CFD Lincoln Square (2750 W. Lawrence Ave. 60625)

** Class & weather updates will be made via social media Facebook Lakeview, Facebook Lincoln Square, our daily WOD post and through the Defined Endurance Facebook Group.

Class descriptions:

General programming: Weekly WODs are posted every Sunday evening for the week ahead. Programming is focused towards preparing athletes for a long fall endurance event, such as the Chicago Marathon. Every post will contain scaled options for athletes with goals other than the marathon. Generally speaking the weekly WODs prescribe one short interval day, one long interval day and a long distance conditioning day. They are to be performed in conjunction with at least 3-5 Crossfit workouts per week.

Tuesday and Thursday intervals: Alternating between short and long interval workouts. We will meet on Thursdays only through Memorial Day and rotate locations between the Belmont Lakefront and the NEW Montrose Track facility. Tuesday’s will be “on your own” until after Memorial Day when we hope to add this class to the schedule.

Sunday Simulated Long Run: Every Sunday at 8am at CFD LS. If you’re training for an obstacle style endurance event, such as an Urbanathlon or Tough Mudder, these workouts may be right up your alley. They are also great for anyone interested in further developing their general conditioning. The workouts incorporate running with bodyweight movements such as pushups, air squats, lunges, burpees. The WODs are longer than weekday WODs, but the atmosphere is always full of energy to keep you going.

 

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