Standfirst: A repeatable 2-week build-up to a sub-70 10-mile race Author:Pics:Issue date: racing secrets bookletKeywords:--Preparation phase (2-4 weeks)Increase your weekly mileage to 30-35M, based on 5-6 training runs per weekIncrease your weekly long run to 7-8MIntroduce one fa...
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...
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If you want to see how ordinary runners can move their training to its next level, this section is for you. You'll probably have a number of races under your belt, are ready to train five or more times a week - and right now, are possibly stuck on a
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