WEEK ONE WEEK TWO WEEK THREE WEEK FOUR Mon REST DAY REST DAY REST DAY REST DAY Tue RUN 1M easy, 3-4M hard, 1M easy; or speed session (eg 5-6 x 800m with 200m jog recoveries) RUN 1M easy, 3-4M hard, 1M easy; or speed session (...
(mileage). The schedule is not rocket science – there are no ‘magic’ sessions that suddenly make you a faster runner. Its success is in following a systematic build-up and in straightforward hard work. The marathon is an endurance event that requires a long
The Olympic schedule training sessions in full:Swim | Bike | RunWeek 1Monday Day offTuesday Swim 1Wednesday Bike 4Thursday Run 1Friday Swim 4Saturday Bike 1Sunday Run 4Week 2Monday Day offTuesday Swim 1Wednesday Bike 4Thursday Run 1Friday Swim 4
How to use the schedule | Session KeyWeek 1Monday RestTuesday Swim session AWednesday Run session: 5-minute warm-up jog, 4 x (1-minute jog, 2-minute run), 3-minute cool-down jogThursday Bike session: 5-minute warm-up cycle, 5 x (20 seconds fast
Some training strategies, such as speedwork or tempo runs, seem written in stone – learn the basics, apply them as directed, reap the results. But when you hit a rut, reach a plateau, or just get tired of the same old stuff, it's time to improvise. Elite runners adjust the tr...
Standfirst: 4- to 6-days-a-week mile schedulesAuthor: Sean Fishpool and Steve SmythePics:Issue date: aug01 /panelKeywords:uan64--4-6 days/week MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT SUNWEEK 1 Rest or 25-35 mins slow 10 x 100m strides around mile pace, on grass
Standfirst: 4-day-a-week mile schedulesAuthor: Sean Fishpool and Steve SmythePics:Issue date: aug01 /panelKeywords:uan65--4 days a week MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT SUNWEEK 1 Rest 3M inc 5 x 100m strides, each faster than the last, to faster
Standfirst: 6- to 7-days-a-week mile schedulesAuthor: Sean Fishpool and Steve SmythePics:Issue date: aug01 /panelKeywords:uan63--6/7 days a week MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT SUNWEEK 1 30-40 mins slow 3 x 800m at mile pace with 3-min recoveries then 10
training schedules and his philosophy, but mostly I peppered him with questions. He answered many by reaching for the bulging folders in a nearby filing cabinet. “I studied that back in the 1960s [or 1970s or 1980s], and I’ve got the answer right here,” he
schedule from week to week and alternate your route or running partners to boost your motivation. If you're focused on an ambitious goal, such as a first race or a new distance, alternate focused weeks - complete with hills, long runs and speedwork
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