how to train for it?Right now my week of training looks lik thismonday 6km(3,7 miles) with buggytuesday walk 6km(3,7 miles)wednesday 6 km(3,7 miles) with buggy 4km(2,4 miles) withoutthursday pilates 30 min running to and from gym 4km(2,4 miles)friday 6
Short and snappy, 5K races are the perfect distance for beginners targeting a first race – but an equally satisfying summer target for a speed-demon with more racing experience. This is the destination for all things 5K – all the schedules, guides
I used to run a few years ago and really enjoyed. I wasnt a fast runner but could do a 10k in an hour. Since moving to London and changing my job I have struggled to get back into a routine so I have signed up to a half marathon in October 2012 to get me going! Lets hope I can ma...
The sprint schedule training sessions in full:Swim | Bike | RunWeek 1Monday Day offTuesday Swim 1Wednesday Bike 4Thursday Run 1Friday Swim 4Saturday Bike 1Sunday Run 4Week 2Monday Day offTuesday Swim 1Wednesday Bike 4Thursday Run 1Friday Swim 4
Hi,Can anyone experienced in training for half-marathons give me some advice on slightly re-jigging a training plan please?I've just started training for my first half marathon using this 12 week training plan from BUPAhttp://www.bupa.co.uk/health
training Rest 20 minutes jogging. Youre allowed to stop and walk, but this doesnt count as part ofthe training Rest Rest 25 minutes jogging. Youre allowed to stop and walk, but this doesnt count as part of the training 1 hour ramble
and confidence in your ability. Once you have done two to three weeks of building up the distances you should be able to focus more on speed and become more specific with the training.➌ While you are doing this you should work on developing your technique in all
of 2005, when she read an article in Runner’s World about ultra-running, and decided to give it a try.“I followed the RW training programme exactly,” she says. Six months later, she successfully completed the Compton Downland Challenge, a 40-mile race
Hi - I read a recent article in RW (I think it was December) that suggested keeping motivated using a training diary in the shape of a blog.I heeded the advice and set one up here:http://pegitlegit.blogspot.com/I'm sure it'll get better over time
Keen to train with other beginners.
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