Standfirst: 10-mile race brings out all the attributes of the distance runner. Follow our training programme and you could be hitting your target time in eight weeksAuthor: Bruce TullohPics:Issue date: nov98Keywords:uan95--Because running a good 10
, you obviously need to use the track for your speed sessions. Substitute a pyramid session (800-1000-1200-1000-800m) at 10K pace or faster for the routine on Day 2. Your PBs await...
session to improve your running pace. From March until the end of May, work on speed and take part in races of three to six miles (5K-10K). Start your marathon training at the beginning of June, at a time when you have long evenings and can put in one long
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