Running for Time {Weekly Workouts}

Happy National Stroller Running Day! Be sure to enter my giveaway to win a TRE jogging stroller from Chicco!

weekly  workouts (800x800)


Sunday: Off

Monday: Off

Tuesday: 4-mile run with stroller

Wednesday: 3-mile walk with stroller

Thursday: CrossFit

Sumo Dead Lift: EMOM 10: 2 reps @50-60% of your conventional dead lift 1RM. (I used 155.)

For time:
Dead Lifts (225, 155)

I did 5 C2B pull-ups each round (instead of 21-15-9) and used 135 for the Dead Lifts. I finished in 8-something.

Friday: 70-minute run

Saturday: Off


Sunday: Off

Monday: 2.5-mile run with stroller + CrossFit

For time:
Power Cleans (135, 95)
Bar Facing Burpees

Rest 4 minutes

For time:
20 Power Cleans (135, 95)
20 Bar Facing Burpees

I used 85 for the Power Cleans and finished the first part in 7:07 and second part in 3:11.

Tuesday: 3-mile run with stroller

Wednesday: 75-minute run

Thursday: Off

Friday: At-home workout

Front Squats
Ball Slams

I used #75 for the Dead Lifts and Front Squats, a 15-pound slam ball, and finished in 11:29. Total quad burner.

Saturday: Off


  1. Awesome workouts! I have now begun “walking” for time;) My prego belly is getting big, so each day I take long strolls around my neighborhood or preferably at the beach~ I have it timed perfectly for bathroom pit stops, lol! Can’t wait for baby, and then we’ll start running together with the stroller!

  2. Since I read that you are running for a time instead of a.pace I went ahead and tried it and I loved it! I did only 30 minutes but it was enough for me to really enjoy a run. I think it’s amazing you are still able to make time to workout with a new baby. Props to you!

  3. Amazing workouts! I don’t know how you can run that far with a stroller. I give you so much credit! I had to run with a med ball during my CrossFit WOD today and I feel so lost without being able to use my arms!

  4. You’ve been getting so much use out of that jogging stroller! Think of how much stronger you’ll feel on your stroller-free runs! It’s like when I was training for the NYC Marathon during an insanely HOT summer… I remember our TNT coaches promising us that we’d feel like we were flying come fall (since the humidity and heat would be behind us). Maybe Q is one of your greatest marathon training strategies?!

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