for 10km (!) and only speedwork will improve my times over that distance ... Yes, you'll definately have the endurance so it's just a question of putting in some speedwork to help you get faster. Good luck
i am about to go on a 2 hour one today. last week i run a 10 miler in 65 mins. now i know endurance runs are no where near your race pace but how fast should my miles be input would be greatly recieved cheers err, difficult to say
, approx 30 weeks out from 'A' race, what should the goal be, endurance or speed? Hi Just so you're aware, I'm cleaning up this thread just to keep questions on here, otherwise the post gets a little difficult for new people to follow. We obviously don
Whilst reading Runners World a leaflet dropped out,it was all about Runners Advantage cretine serum..the question is obviously hjas anyone tried it,and does it improve your endurance and all the other claims. Funny Looking Kid has offered to try
with the stamina for the leg muscles - as Will says, time on your feet is important. The question asked is ''junk miles or aerobic endurence?'' 60-70% runs will build you aerobic capacity to a certain degree if you're not used to exercise and give your muscles
there is an established thread, Snowdonia 2009,very informative,friendly and humuorous bunch,all you questions will be answered there.Did this race last year as my first marathon,hope you don't endure the weather from 2008,but good luck.
Been curious about the alleged benefits of Caffeine on performance in endurance races ( 1hour). Based on current scientific thinking does anyone know:1) How much to take, I have heard values from 2-6 mg/Kg and as much as 600 mg total dose mentioned
much time you spend with Meldy...I guess I was wondering at what point does a race/event/sport become an 'endurance' race/event/sport. edited for an absent 's' sarah the bookworm, RD wrote (see)I thought it was one of those questions that has no 'real
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