– and it shows. When children draw stick figures, you’re the model. Just right Twice a week, spend about 30-45 minutes in the gym. Choose weight amounts that you can lift 10-12 times before fatiguing, and do a variety of exercises and stretches for upper
If you're running a marathon this spring, you're about to enter the most critical – and difficult – four weeks of training, when 1) your weekly mileage is at its peak; 2) your motivation may be flagging; and 3) you're most likely to get sidelined
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bad day or overly ambitious targets," says Luke Humphrey, head coach of Hansons' Coaching Services and a rather speedy 2:14 marathoner himself. "You can't do much about bad days, and it's OK to completely miss once in a while. But there are a couple
inspired the trend in 1954 with epic sessions like 10 x 200 metres followed by 50 x 400 metres – a combined 13.67 miles of speedwork. Ambitious runners the world over have aspired to that imposing standard ever since, in a quest for that elusive PB
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