run at


Also found in: Idioms.
See: attack
References in classic literature ?
The only incident worth recording here, however, was his first run at hare-and-hounds.
At the meet they found some forty or fifty boys, and Tom felt sure, from having seen many of them run at football, that he and East were more likely to get in than they.
For example, the longer you run at any given heart rate, the harder the overall workout becomes.
Law enforcement officers from around the world stop to reflect on these words before beginning a run at the FBI Academy.
As for your Wednesday workout, when you can run at last 20 repetitions of 110 yards fairly fast, try do repeat 220s, and as the weeks progress, work up to repeat half miles.
If the fullback's route is run at more than five yards, the flat zone will never be threatened and the defender can simply stay on top and effectively take away both the fullback and the tight end.