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Interval Workouts To Try On The Track

The purpose of these interval track sessions is largely related to the principle of progressive overload, which states that performance only improves with added training stress. Not only does this underscore the importance of adding interval training on top of aerobic miles, it also points to the fact that once you start these workouts, you must continue to up the ante from one session to the next. The beautiful thing is that your body is able to evolve and adapt with added stressotherwise your fitness plateaus, says Beth Baker, head coach at Running Evolution in Seattle. For track sessions to make sense within your training, interval mileage shouldnt exceed 715 percent of your total weekly mileage. <br>Source:

Redskins Sign OLB Jackson Jeffcoat and Center Braxton Cave to Practice Squad - Yahoo Sports

When Sanders debuted in the third preseason game, the duo hooked up for 67- and 29-yard touchdowns in the first half. "You just throw it as far as you can, and it's hard to outthrow that guy," Manning told the team's website. Sanders finished with five catches for 128 yards on eight first-half targets, doing most of that before Welker got concussed. Sanders was not 100 percent for that game; he had just come back from a quad injury. Now Sanders, who started building chemistry with Manning at informal Duke University workouts, "looks ready for the big stage," the website said. <br>Source:

Emmanuel Sanders a strong flex option Week 1 - Yahoo Sports

The team has added Texas All-American Jackson Jeffcoat , as well as OL Braxston Cave to the practice squad. Many of you may remember Jim Jeffcoat. If not, look him up. Jim was an excellent DE for the Cowboys from '83-'94. He had 102.5 sacks in his NFL career and the Redskins just signed his son Jackson to their PS. Jackson is an OLB/DE out of Texas who was a Senior last year. He led Texas is QB pressures (19), sacks (13), tackles for a loss (22), and tackles (86). Last year alone he was a Consensus All-American, Ted Hendricks Award winner (top DE in college), Big 12 Defensive PoY, and First Team All-Big 12. He shares a number of similarities with Brian Orakpo including position, size, school, collegiate production, and the fact that both have won the Ted Hendricks Award (Orakpo won in '08). He had been signed by the Seahawks after the draft and was released last week. *Editor's Note* Jeffcoat is being tested for early signs Papier-mache Pec Disorder(PPD) The other new PS addition is OL Braxston Cave. Cave was on the Patriots ' PS last year. The Browns originally signed Cave out of Notre Dame immediately following the draft last year. Cave is predominantly a Center and was an AP 3rd Team All-American at ND in 2012. <br>Source:

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