Saturday, October 5, 2013

Natsu Hates Transportation (Fairy Tail)

While Natsu is extremely tough and very brave, he lacks the ability to ride in any type of vehicle. If he so much as sets foot on a moving car, boat, ship, aircraft, or even walking vehicle, he is immediately incapacitated with severe motion sickness. Due to this, Natsu will often suggest things like swimming to an island instead of taking a boat or he will just run somewhere that he needs to go, avoiding transportation unless it is absolutely necessary. Because of this, it is very likely that Natsu can run and swim long distances with relative ease and that is the purpose of this workout.

Natsu Hates Transportation 

LEVEL ONE

  1. Run 1 Mile
  2. Swim 400 Meters
  3. Run 800 Meters
  4. Swim 200 Meters
  5. Run 400 Meters
  6. Swim 100 Meters
LEVEL TWO
  1. Run 2 Miles
  2. Swim 800 Meters
  3. Run 1 Mile
  4. Swim 400 Meters
  5. Run 800 Meters
  6. Swim 200 Meters
LEVEL THREE
  1. Run 3.5 Miles
  2. Swim 1200 Meters
  3. Run 2 Miles
  4. Swim 800 Meters
  5. Run 1 Mile
  6. Swim 400 Meters
LEVEL FOUR
  1. Run 5 Miles
  2. Swim 1600 Meters
  3. Run 3.5 Miles
  4. Swim 1200 Meters
  5. Run 2 Miles
  6. Swim 800 Meters

Notes:
  • You may have some difficulty finding a place to run and swim, but you may do this with a pool or a pond/lake. This is simple, but hard, because you're having to switch between running a swimming multiple times. 
  • Only move up to the next level of the workout if you are able to complete each of the running and swimming sets without stopping on three separate occasions. 
  • Make sure that you stay hydrated and that you bring a carbohydrate source with you when you train. You should consume 30-60 carbs every hour are going to be training. That means, you may not need any at all during the first level of the workout, but you certainly will need a carb source after that. 
  • If you are unable to complete a distance, that's perfectly fine. You can walk to finish it or just wait until the next workout. You cannot, however, advance to the next level until you complete it on three separate occasions, without having to stop to cover a listed distance. If you aren't used to long distance training, just do your best and stop when you feel like you need to. 
That's all for today! Until next time, good luck and train hard!
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