Is cross country running any good as marathon training? I thought that races of 5 miles or so wld be too short to build up endurance. Cross country would be fine for the shorter midweek runs when there's more of an emphasis on speed, but a 5 mile
How can i get my endurance back up to the way it was before i suffered a hamstring pull whch had me out for a 2 weeks and now my stamina is shot and i need advice how to get it back up so i can complete my runs without having to stop every couple
hints or pointers to help endurance. I use gels throughout races, stick to my race plan, always take on water. Maybe its just not ment to be.
for a year then for endurance you need to start to run longer distances as well head on down to a parkrun too if there is one near you www.parkrun.org.uk you will be running with a lot more people and will be able to see what sort of speed other people
OK. I am trying to improve my endurance, speed will have to wait.If I am going to do, say, 60km per week is it better to do 6x10km runs, 3x20km runs, or 1x 30km run and 3x10km runs or do you suggest something different? Depends what distance you
/interval training into my plan for London, and I have for Berlin this year, but I just can't seem to get any faster when running long distances. Has anyone got any advice how to increase speed for endurance???ANY help would be appreciated!Thanks, Tori Hi Victoria
have seen quite a bit of the "doesn't matter whether you run or walk the endurance training distance" you still build the endurance. Does this apply also to simply hiking requisite distance as this could be a nice change in summer months? Postmen
What sort of endurance event ?
just entered the endurance life 10k costal run in cornwall next year is anyone else doing the same race? I've just signed up for the marathon
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