, then see how many people you can pass). Your Best 10K: How to use tune-ups and supporting races to nail a PBWeek 1Log your usual mileage with a tempo run early in the week and a light interval session (4 to 5 x 800m) no later than ThursdayWeekend Race 10K
running. 800m at 3,000m pace; 1200m slightly slower than 3,000m pace; one mile at 5K pace with a 1:1 recovery. Repeat in reverse.
Speed repetitions Warm up, then run eight x 400m at mile race pace with two-minute jog recoveries between. 5 Sprints Warm up, then run eight x 200m at 800m race pace with 200m slow jog recoveries between.6 Strides Warm up, then run 10-12 x 100m
training and racing.Thursday: 2 x 800m at goal race pace, with equal time jog recovery between The goal is to run a mile's worth of distance at the pace you think you'll be able to maintain on race day. This short session will help you determine what your
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