road that slices through the village. Unlike Western runners, the Kenyans tend to train according to how they feel and not what it says on their schedule.Coach Richard Mukche (marathon PB 2:15) who works at HATC, explains that Kenyans use a training
the newsletters to our excellent 10-week training schedules for sprint- and Olympic-distance races. We’ve also given each newsletter a theme to get you up to speed on every aspect of triathlon training in time for race day.The first newsletter will kick off
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alone. Try this Schedule one evening run a week with a friend or group of friends. Keep the run short and close to home to start with, then when you’re more confident head further afield. If no friends are available, most running clubs also organise
It’s Monday morning at 5:30am. Today is considered an easy day on the Kenyan training schedule so we go for a gentle run from the High Altitude Training Camp down to the Kamariny Stadium. The track’s deserted because it’s raining but we decide to do
, feel confident and recognize the positive aspects of your challenge.Be flexibleIf you're stressed when you start a run, especially if you're cramming training into a busy schedule, you're unlikely to relax or enjoy the session. "If you approach every
of IM races in 2011 have changed slightly so I haven't decided on my schedule yet.
are behind you, it’s harder to push yourself. "I’m more motivated because a lot of it is still new to me," he says. With three tough track sessions a week built into his winter training schedule, Agyei uses this time of year to focus on building a solid base
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