.You should replace the other sessions with relaxed runs and moderately paced tempo sessions. Your present inclusion of one easy day and one rest day is a very good idea.George Gandy, Director of Athletics at Loughborough University.
person.George Gandy, Director of Athletics at Loughborough University
and resting in the final pre-race stage.4. Recovery phase (four to six weeks), with two weeks of complete rest, and then two to four weeks of gentle activity.George Gandy, Director of Athletics at Loughborough University
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