long run to 7-8MIntroduce one fartlek session a week (see Sub-60 Plan)Introduce one timed run which takes 15-20 minutesMain training phase(Alternate weeks A and B for a period of 4-8 weeks) Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat SunWEEK A 6M steady 7M, inc 3 x 7
Standfirst: A repeatable 2-week build-up to a sub-80 10-mile race Author:Pics:Issue date: racing secrets bookletKeywords:--Preparation phase (2-4 weeks)Increase your weekly mileage to 20-25M, based on 4-5 training runs per weekIntroduce one fartlek session a week, putting in fast...
Standfirst: A repeatable 2-week build-up to a sub-60 10-mile race Author:Pics:Issue date: racing secrets bookletKeywords:uan92--Preparation phase (3-4 weeks)Gradually increase your weekly mileage to 40M, based on 6 training runs per weekIncrease your weekly long run to around 10M...
Next time you see another runner out on the street, take a closer look. Is he thinking about smashing his 10K PB next week, or getting smashed at the pub later with his running friends? Is she wondering how she'll fit in next week's training, or how
on target?Heart-rate training for marathonersHow to minimise down-timeRace-day planning...and much more!Too impatient? Here's last year's archive Pre-schedule countdown: Week -2 | Week -1 The real training starts here:Week 1 | Week 2 | Week 3 | Week
that builds you up in realistic increments to the date of your race (allowing for one or two easier weeks at the end). If you can use a schedule from RUNNERS WORLD, a good book, or an accredited coach at your local club, thats ideal. It will be a tried
beforehand.Planning Your RouteStick to well-marked trails while you’re finding your feet. If you’re not sure where to start, chat to local fell runners or browse the FRA forums for route suggestions. Once you feel comfortable, consider brushing up your
in the morning; it's not fast enough'. In reality, the ability to be a world-class marathon runner does in part depend on being able to absorb the training over two or three years. I don't know of any elite marathon runner who doesn't average around 100 miles a
eating guidelines and you’ll soon see excess weight melt away. Get clued up on what to eat and why by getting to know the basic principles of nutrition. Food Groups: The BasicsJust right for runners: the foods groups you need, and how much you need
they compared with other runners. Women might record whether their running is influenced by their menstrual cycle. 3. Plan aheadGet a calendar out and take some time to identify the most important part of your running and where you want to be with it in a year
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