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This is my first post.
I am starting a log to keep me going, with out one it would be too easy to slack off. I do lift and I may add my lifts to this log later, but right now I want a place to track my sprinting.
I used to sprint years before as part of my workout, but I have just started adding it in now. I took a few years off of working out and sprinting and I have been back lifting since January this year, yes I am one of those annoying New Years Resolution people.
This is how my first sprint workout went.
Found park to sprint in(I had to check out 3 of them to find one suitable)
Picked a distance to sprint. Jogged that distance 6 times back and forth.
High knees back and forth 1
Skipped back and forth 1
Build up sprints
-Back and forth (with a rest in between): more of a fast run than a sprint
-Back and forth (rest in between): faster than last time. (the tendon that connects to my heel was waking up at this point)
-Back and forth (rest in between): faster than last time (I felt I was close 90%-95%?)
-Back and forth (rest in between): For a couple of seconds felt like a full sprint
Walk home then big stretch at home.
I found this recommendation in an old thread for a possible sprint routine
3X30 butt kickers
3X30 high knee kicky things
3X30 both sides lateral running
3 to 5 build up sprints
Then get in to the meat of your workout.
I sort of did the warm up part for this one. I hurt my heel the last time I tried to throw sprints into the workout so I am being a little cautious this time.
 I changed the title to reflect what's going on in here and will probably change it again.