hi all hope you could help me out
ive read a few threads and people talk about plans time distance and all that jazz
now ive never been one to look at all the plans programs ect as i only run 5 kms at mo as ive started to take it seriously since jan and can do that in 26mins ish now im looking to go longer and quick eventually
now i run when i can not got a plan in place is it best to im not sure if i should do long runs or very short runs ??? lol never thought running could be so compicated lol
i have started running early 5.30am so i have 1hr ish a day do you train everyday rest days when ???
if anyone could help or point me i right direction sorry for sounding very wet !!!
many thanks pj
Best advice when you're starting out is to keep it varied and not overdo it till you've got your body stronger and used to running distance.
That being said, a good habit to start is having one long run a week, if you can manage running for an hour non-stop then that's ideal, just make sure you keep it slow.
Keep up your one faster 5k session, and see if you can push your speed up a little after each three week period.
Other than that feel free to gradually build up a few more miles every couple of weeks but nothing drastic. Once you've done that for a few months you can start thinking about more formal training plans when you have a goal race in mind.
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