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6.13.2014

Ladder Drive Sledding

Pushing a conditioning sled at full speed is a difficult task in itself. Pushing a sled as hard as possible when you are already fatigued is extremely exhausting. The following drill is not easy make sure you are in great shape if you try it. All drills except the first 100 yards are full speed. The first 100 is to be done at a 90% level. Have fluid available. Record each event. The next workout beat each time.

Ladder

Run 100 yds – Rest 1 minute          Record time ______

Run 200 yds – Rest 2 minutes         Record time______

Run 300 yds – Rest 3 minutes         Record time______

Run 400 yds – Rest 4 minutes         Record time______

Run 300 yds – Rest 3 minutes         Record time______

Run 200 yds – Rest 2 minutes         Record time______

Run 100 yds – Rest 2 minutes         Record time______

Ladder with Drive Sled

Drive Sled exercise

10 yd Drive Sled –  Rest 1 minute         Record time______

20 yd Drive Sled –  Rest 1:45 minutes   Record time______

30 yd Drive Sled –  Rest 2 minutes        Record time______

40 yd Drive Sled – Rest 2:30 minutes    Record time______

30 yd Drive Sled – Rest 2 minutes         Record time______

20 yd Drive Sled –  Rest 1:45 minutes   Record time______

10 yd Drive Sled –  Finished                  Record time______

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