Operation Scrambled legs
September 5 - October 2
On September 28th, the pilots of MASTER ARMS decided to start Operation Scrambled legs. The goal of the operation is to increase the pilot’s stamina and ensure that the handful of men who graduate can withstand extreme the g-forces of their office chairs.
Operation scrambled legs is a four-week operation where the participating pilots will do their best to run 10 km or 5 km and improve their times. On October the second, the pilots will do a final test to see their improvements over the course.
Sep 5 first test, 10 km or 5 km
Google forms test 1:https://forms.gle/E3ZFfFe87PEq6tjh6
Oct 2 final test, 10 km or 5 km
Google forms test 2:https://forms.gle/fFip8Tw4muMJ8cVF7
1. Stay hydrated.
2. Start the run slowly and increase the speed over time or just keep a consistent speed.
3. Don’t run every day at first because it can result in injuries if you are not used to running.
4. Do warmups and cooldowns to reduce the risk of injuries.
3. Do high-intensity interval training (HIIT) for better stamina.
The run can be either 5 or 10 km. If you want to you can also record the run on either Strava or Runkeeper.
When you have finished the test you self-report the test on google forms above.
Have fun and good luck!