Danny Tutskey’s Masters Training Program 2013

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    Danny Tutskey on #70843

    I just think there are different ways to train and you just have to be open minded, but also have to know that it’s really 50/50 on whether a program is going to work for on particular person. That’s why you see 2/3’s – 3/4’s of athletes run successful in college. It just doesn’t work for everyone. Most coaches won’t individualize every program. Maybe paces, but that’s about it. In about 45 minutes I get to do another circuit. Woo hoo!

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    utfootball4 on #70844

    I just think there are different ways to train and you just have to be open minded, but also have to know that it’s really 50/50 on whether a program is going to work for on particular person. That’s why you see 2/3’s – 3/4’s of athletes run successful in college. It just doesn’t work for everyone. Most coaches won’t individualize every program. Maybe paces, but that’s about it. In about 45 minutes I get to do another circuit. Woo hoo!

    how many weeks are you following the circuit?

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    Danny Tutskey on #70845

    [quote author="drivephase1015" date="1215703367"]I just think there are different ways to train and you just have to be open minded, but also have to know that it’s really 50/50 on whether a program is going to work for on particular person. That’s why you see 2/3’s – 3/4’s of athletes run successful in college. It just doesn’t work for everyone. Most coaches won’t individualize every program. Maybe paces, but that’s about it. In about 45 minutes I get to do another circuit. Woo hoo!

    how many weeks are you following the circuit?[/quote]

    4 weeks 2x per week.

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    utfootball4 on #70846

    [quote author="utfootball4" date="1215706182"][quote author="drivephase1015" date="1215703367"]I just think there are different ways to train and you just have to be open minded, but also have to know that it’s really 50/50 on whether a program is going to work for on particular person. That’s why you see 2/3’s – 3/4’s of athletes run successful in college. It just doesn’t work for everyone. Most coaches won’t individualize every program. Maybe paces, but that’s about it. In about 45 minutes I get to do another circuit. Woo hoo!

    how many weeks are you following the circuit?[/quote]

    4 weeks 2x per week.[/quote]

    how many total weeks?

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    ex400 on #70847

    [quote author="premium" date="1215649709"]what do you mean stronger on the track

    It’s hard to explain, but I can give you an example or at least try to.

    Two workouts….. Which would make you feel that you were stonger on the track?

    3x200m @ 23 with full recovery

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    5x200m @ 25 with 3 minutes rest in trainers.

    Generally a stronger sprinter on the track will not decelerate as much after 50m. That’s because of their strength and ability to maintain higher speed. One of my favorite workouts that made me feel like I was going to run fast in a meet was when I ran 3x200m @ 23.5, 23.0, 22.5 with 5 minutes rest in trainers. I never trained in spikes unless I were in blocks.[/quote]

    It seems your workout does not correspond to either of the hypothetical ones you listed. What was your point?

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    Danny Tutskey on #70848

    My workout was a workout that I could look at after making the times and feel that I have the speed and strength to do it. It may have been a bad example. Let me try again. You do 3x200m fast with full recovery or you can do 5 or 6x200m @ 25 with 3 minutes rest. You are doing twice as much work, in the time it would take you to do 1 rep and rest for a full recovery. Not to mention, that you are tired in the 2nd workout and you may be running as hard as you can to make the last 1 or 2 in 25.

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    ex400 on #70849

    I am not trying to be argumentative, but I still do not get your point. Are you advocating the fastpace/fullrecovery workout or the slowerpace/shortrecovery one? I think they are both valuable in differing contexts. Maybe it would help me understand if you say what event you are mostly training for and what your PBs are. And are you doing L-S, S-L or concurrent? And where in the season would this workout take place?

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    Danny Tutskey on #70850

    I know you’re not. I’m not advocating either. Like I said, I think both serve a purpose, but it depends on the athlete. There are so many different ways to skin a cat. I have done both types of workouts. On a long to short program I have been able to stay healthy, doing a short to long caused a lot of injuries. I am not training now, I won’t start my workouts until October. I’ll be training for the 100m/200m. I don’t think my PB’s are really that important to be honest. They can hold their own.

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    ex400 on #70851

    Sorry, I am not implying that your PBs are somehow not very good. In asking, I was just trying to relate your training paces to your race pace. You did 23.5, 23.0, 22.5 off 5 min rest. That is one thing if your PB is 21.0, quite another if your PB is 22.0.

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    Danny Tutskey on #70853

    That’s okay. I didn’t think you were implying anything. I wouldn’t do that kind of workout if I weren’t capable.

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    Danny Tutskey on #70858

    July 10, 2008

    British Preparatory Circuit

    Power clean – 8×135
    Back squat – 10×155
    Power snatch – 8×99
    Front squat – 10×115
    Crunches – 25
    Sternum chins – 6-8

    Pushed through both sets today in under 3:45. Felt pretty good.

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    hopstepjump on #70865

    Drivephase,

    Do you have an email I could hit you up with a question off board? It’s in regards to your 100/200 training at UW-L.

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    Danny Tutskey on #70919

    I have decided to post my training and what it will look like. This model was used when I ran my best. This is exactly what I am going to stick and not going to change, I haven’t done this training since that year so it has been a while, but it produced the best results. Here it is. This goes thru January 1. Just thought I’d leave this for some discussion.

    Sprint Workouts
    2009 Goals
    1. 55m 6.32
    2. 200m 22.10
    3. 100m 10.49
    4. 200m 21.49

    10-20 Seagrave Drills
    10-21 Seagrave Drills
    10-22 Seagrave Drills
    10-23 Seagrave Drills
    10-24 Seagrave Drills

    10-27 Seagrave Drills- 2x4x40m sleds
    10-28 Seagrave Drills- 2x500m @ 400 PR +:20 at the ¼ – 15:00 rest- Hurdlers Flexibility
    10-29 Seagrave Drills- 6x200m @ :37- 2:30 rest
    10-30 Seagrave Drills- 3x4xHill runs- [Sprint up/Walk down-under 6:00 per set]- 4:00 rest- Hurdlers Flexibility
    10-31 Seagrave Drills- 2x4x40m sleds

    11-3 Seagrave Drills- 2×500 @ 400 PR +:18 at the ¼ – 12:00 rest- Hurdlers Flexibility
    11-4 Seagrave Drills- 6×200 @ :36- 2:30 rest- 2x4x40m sleds
    11-5 Seagrave Drills- 3x5xHill runs- [Sprint up/Walk down- under 6:00 per set]- 4:00 rest- Hurdlers Flexibility
    11-6 Seagrave Drills- Blocks Work- 3x4x40m sleds
    11-7 Seagrave Drills- 3x5xHill runs- [Sprint up/Walk down- under 6:00 per set]- 4:00 rest- Hurdlers Flexibility

    11-10 Seagrave Drills- 7×200 @ :35- 2:30 rest- 2x4x40m sleds- Hurdlers Flexibility
    11-11 Seagrave Drills- 2×500 @ 400 PR +:16 at the ¼ – 15:00 rest
    11-12 Seagrave Drills- 3x6xHill runs- [Sprint up/Walk down- under 6:00 per set]- 4:00 rest- Hurdlers Flexibility
    11-13 Seagrave Drills- Blocks Work- 3x4x40m sleds
    11-14 Seagrave Drills- 3x6xHill runs- [Sprint up/Walk down- under 6:00 per set]- 4:00 rest- Hurdlers Flexibility

    11-17 Seagrave Drills- 7×200 @ :34- 2:30 rest- Hurdlers Flexibility
    11-18 Seagrave Drills- 2×500 @ 400 PR +:15 at the ¼ – 15:00 rest- 3x5x40m sleds
    11-19 Seagrave Drills- 3x6xHill runs- [Sprint up/Walk down- under 6:00 per set]- 4:00 rest- Hurdlers Flexibility
    11-20 Seagrave Drills- Blocks Work- 3x4x40m sleds
    11-21 Seagrave Drills- 3x6xHill runs- [Sprint up/Walk down- under 6:00 per set]- 4:00 rest- Hurdlers Flexibility

    11-24 Seagrave Drills- 2×450 @ 400 PR +:14 at the ¼ – 15:00 rest- 1x6x40m sleds- Hurdlers Drills
    11-25 Seagrave Drills- 6×200 @ :31- 2:30 rest- Plyometrics
    11-26 Seagrave Drills- Blocks Work- light striding- Hurdlers Flexibility
    11-27 55 meter Test Effort- Or 150 meter Test Effort
    11-28 Off

    12-1 Seagrave Drills- 2×450 @ 400 PR +:14 at the ¼ – 15:00 rest- 1x6x40m sleds- Hurdlers Drills
    12-2 Seagrave Drills- 6×200 @ :31- 2:30 rest- Plyometrics
    12-3 Seagrave Drills- Blocks Work- light striding- Hurdlers Flexibility
    12-4 55 meter Test Effort- Or 150 meter Test Effort
    12-5 Seagrave Drills- 4×300 @ :48- 10:00 rest- 2x6x40m sleds

    12-8 Seagrave Drills- 4×300 @ :47- 10:00 rest- 2x5x40m sleds
    12-9 Seagrave Drills- Pre-meet workout
    12-10 Final 55 meter trial- OR 150 meter Test Effort
    12-11 Seagrave Drills- 6×200 @ :31- 2:04 rest
    12-12 Seagrave Drills- 2×500 @ 400 PR +:16 at the ¼ – 15:00 rest- 3x5x40m sled

    12-15 Seagrave Drills- Blocks Work- 3x4x40m sleds
    12-16 Seagrave Drills- 7×200 @ :31- 2:04 rest
    12-17 Seagrave Drills- 2×500 @ 400 PR +:15 at the ¼ – 15:00 rest- 3x5x40m sleds
    12-18 Seagrave Drills- 4×300 @ :45- 10:00 rest
    12-19 Seagrave Drills- Blocks Work- 2x6x40m sled

    12-22 Seagrave Drills- Blocks Work- 2x4x40m sleds
    12-23 Seagrave Drills- 2×500 @ 400 PR +:16 at the ¼ – 15:00 rest
    12-24 Seagrave Drills- 6×200 @ :30- 2:00 rest
    1-25 Seagrave Drills- 4×300 @ :45- 10:00 rest
    1-26 Seagrave Drills- Blocks Work- 2x6x40m sleds

    12-29 Seagrave Drills- Blocks Work- 3x4x40m sleds
    12-30 Seagrave Drills- 6×200 @ :30- 2:00 rest
    12-31 Seagrave Drills- 2×450 @ 400 PR +:14 at the ¼ – 15:00 rest
    1-1 Seagrave Drills- Blocks Work- 2x6x40m sleds
    1-2 Seagrave Drills- 4×300 @ :48- 10:00 rest

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    utfootball4 on #70921

    those look like some tough workouts esp the 6×200 and sled pulls.

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    Winning22 on #70923

    Thats exatcly what I did at Eau claire give or take a few things.

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