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“Adrenaline surges through your body. Your heart races. Your elbow bumps a fierce competitor in the ribs. And your feather boa flies in the face of the runner behind you. Yes. This is the one and only Enmark Savannah Bridge Run. And it’s calling your name. Are you up for the challenge?”  We are! This Saturday will be the Enmark Savannah River Bridge Run and Chef Jen and I will be challenging our way to the top! The bridge is only a section of the race; however it’s a 1.4 mile span, 5.5% grade, and tops at 196 feet above the Savannah River. My heart is pumping just thinking about it! Officially the race has been sold out at 5,000 participants, and Jen and I will be amongst the committed vitality fleet!

So in support of the one and only Enmark Savannah Bridge Run, today Jen and I challenge you to climb your way to the top with us. Follow the “Incline Intervals” below to challenge your inner bridge running enthusiast, and or you could just jump on the treadmill and run, walk, or crawl 1.4 miles at a 5.5% incline…you chose!!!

  • 5 Minutes — Warm up: Start with moderate pace and gradually warm up — 3-4 RPE
  • 3 Minutes — Baseline: Increase incline/resistance and speed to slightly higher than comfortable pace — 5 RPE
  • 3 Minutes — Pyramid Up: Increase incline/resistance 2% every 15 seconds — 7 RPE
  • 3 Minutes — Pyramid Down: Decrease incline/resistance 2% every 15 seconds — 7 RPE
  • 2 Minutes — Baseline — 5 RPE
  • 3 Minutes — Pyramid Up: Increase incline/resistance 2% every 15 seconds — 7 RPE
  • 3 Minutes — Pyramid Down: Decrease incline/resistance 2% every 15 seconds — 7 RPE
  • 3 Minutes — Baseline — 5 RPE
  • 5 Minutes — Cool Down: Slow down at easy pace — 3-4 RPE

Total Workout Time: 30 Minutes

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