Re: Running Tips
Tabata is an interval - you can apply it to any conditioning exercise. Google Dr Izumi Tabata.
The basis of the tabata protocol is to follow 20 seconds of work at 100% intensity, rest for 10 seconds and repeat 8 times, which gives you a total of four minutes.
For the drill above, you would perform a set of tabata squats (4 minutes duration) immediately followed by a set of tabata sprints, which would give you a total of 8 minutes training - repeat if you can. If you are feeling really crazy, start off with a set of tabata car pushes at the beginning.
Two key points - you will need a timer with dual intervals such as a gymboss, and always make sure that you attack the drill with 100% intensity.