pace, then drop the pace by two to three seconds for each successive 400mRecovery: Jog for four minutes between repeats.Ed Eyestone is an exercise physiologist and two-time Olympic marathon runner.
Long days, warm weather and road races on any given weekend – it's enough to make a runner giddy. But before you wallpaper your garage with race numbers, consider the race strategy of Kenenisa Bekele, the current world record holder in the 5,000m
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