legend Liz McColgan, who has set up a new elite training facility in her home town of Carnoustie, Scotland. "When you're tired, the first thing to go is your form – when I was gearing up for big races I'd almost focus more on this than my running
.Duathlons are raced over sprint distances, such as 2mile/10mile/2mile, short distances, such as 8mile/24mile/ 8mile or much longer distances, a prime example of which is the 10K/150K/30K Zofingen Powerman. The 2008 World Long Distance Duathlon Champion Catriona
-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
' button, but you can also customise your heart rates or training zones if you want. Schedules are currently available for the following target times:Sub-45:00 If you regularly run more than 20 miles a week and want to inject some pace into your next 10K
need to train during stamina-building longer repetitions (800-1600 metres) and shorter, faster repetitions (200-400 metres). These speed sessions normally two per week form the principal parts in our 5K and 10K schedules.
Standfirst: The focus of weeks 1-4 of your 15-week scheduleAuthor:Pics:Issue date: Feb-May01 / xref Ultimate schedsKeywords:uan124--Well done – youre a quarter of the way to your marathon goal already. By now, youre probably into a routine
Q After running a sub-3:00 marathon in my mid-30s, I spent the next 17 years running only occasionally. But last year, to celebrate my 50th, I returned to serious training for the Flora London Marathon. I finished in 3:28, and this has got me
coach train for 5Ks in the summer. Why not have a go at this distance on the track, as well as the road. Youll retain the endurance benefits of your marathon training, and working on your speed in the summer will help you to perform better over 10K, 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...
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