taken from our events listings:The Valentine 10KWhen: Sunday, 10 February 2013Where: Norwich, NorfolkWhy: "An excellent race with a challenging incline half way," says an RW reader. Featuring hills, plus tea and cake on the finish line, what
a circuit around Primrose Hill but there was one killer hill that we joked was tougher than the ‘Travelator’ – the steep treadmill from the TV show Gladiators. Whatever my character Kylie Platt is doing in the show, I can leave all that behind when I
’re running on a treadmill, mix in some hills. On every other hard segment, raise the incline instead of increasing the pace. You’ll reap the cardiovascular effects, plus gain the strength benefits of a hill workout.
Good for Age- SarahFollow on the forum: RunnyRunRunTarget: Sub 3:35 - a Boston QualifierMarathon PB: 3:45:11Coach: Steve SmytheTraining schedule: See Sarah's training schedule.Strengths: "Hills (!) and my bloody-mindedness – I have an inability
all at once – you can break it into two: going out in the morning, say, then again in the evening.Take the scenic routeThe more varied your route, the better workout you’ll get. If weather permits, walk a few hills or do several reps of stairs. When it
of volume, broken down into any sort of numeration, maybe three minutes, five minutes or sometimes if my coach is being really mean, all at once in a tempo. But I'm really trying to get a lot of volume in at the moment with hills and things like that
% on hill work and speed work on the basis that the gym programme (2x1hr weekly) will compensate whilst enabling strength improvement with less pounding on the joints. Any thoughts on this kind of approach? – Bob DepledgeA5) Your marathon time is obviously
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