#3 BYU 1K Repeats at altitude!
The #3 team in the country, the BYU Cougars, take to the field with goals of team championships at the NCAA Championships this November. After a fourth place finish in 2011, the Cougars have tasted the podium and are looking for more. Check out their 1k repeats at close to 5,000 feet in elevation to see how they are preparing for the challenges that lie ahead. To see more in-depth coverage of this workout including coaching insight from Head Coach Ed Eyestone and athlete interviews checkout out Flotrack Pro today! Post Workout Interviews: - Jason Witt - Jared Ward - Rex Shields - Miles Batty - Connor Peloquin Workout: 8-10 x 1000 meters 60 seconds rest between each
BYU River Run in Provo
Nestled at the foot of the Wasatch Mountain Range, Provo is a runners paradise. Join the Cougars of BYU as cruise around and talk title expectations and insight into the Mormon mission trip....also, Alex falls on his face
Miles Batty Explains Drop Off in Workout
"I just started praying." -Connor Peloquin at Altitude
Peloquin talks about picking up his mileage right now -100 miles a week. He's adapting to the altitude at BYU, and he's adapting his training and schedule to maximize all of his personal and team goals this year.
Rex Shields reveals self therapy during workout
Ward not blocking Lawi or a team title out of sight
Jason Witt had enough of group 2
Jason Witt, an unknown name around NCAA XC, talks after running with potential BYU #1 runner Jared Ward. Witt was the BYU #5 in 2011 and help the team to a podium spot. Right now he's looking better than ever which could mean big things for the Cougars.