fartlek training

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fart·lek train·ing

(fahrt'lek trān'ing)
Relatively unstructured interval-type training for aerobic fitness; consists of alternating intervals of fast- and slow-paced training over natural terrain (usually hilly countryside).
Synonym(s): speed play.
[Swed. fart, speed, + lek, play]

Fartlek training

a form of physical training used in humans and applicable to Greyhounds and horses. Involves exercising over long distances continuously but with variation in the speed of movement.
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