number of off-road duathlons, and the tricky conditions only add spice to these events.Taking part in the occasional grimy, frosty duathlon will leave you primed for next season. But you have to know what you're doing.A Shoe InAppropriate footwear
easy Rest or 3M jog 4M on grass, inc 6 x 200m strides Warm up, then 10K race. Warm downWEEK 8 5M easy, off-road 6M steady, inc bursts up hills 3 x 1M (or 3 x 5 mins), with 5-min recoveries 5M easy 5M easy 6-7M, inc 10 x 30 secs fast, 30 secs slow 10-12M
in 3:30, for example, at a rate of 180 steps a minute, during the entire race you will take 37,800 steps. Stronger leg muscles allow you to spend less time on the ground with each foot-strike and increase your stride length.A reduction of just 0.02 of a
-59 mins 1:24-1:37 1:55-2:10 Sub-4:00 44-50 mins 1:13-1:22 1:40-1:54 Sub-3:30 38-43 mins 1:02-1:12 1:25-1:39 Sub-3:00 Under 38 mins Under 1:02 Under 1:25 Good luck!
' 10K in York. and the London Pride Run 10K. For something a little bit different, get in the holiday spirit and head to North Wales to Race the Train over 14.75 miles of ups, downs and all kinds of terrain. Or race beside the seaside
-90 seconds then increase the next interval to two minutes. Repeat this pattern up to a five-minute interval, make the next interval four minutes and continue down the pyramid for a 1/2/3/4/5/4/3/2/1 pattern. Finish with 10-minutes of steady running at 40
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