, I run between four and six days a week. So that means between 1 and 3 rest days. How do you pace your runs? even when running six times a week, I wouldn't do more than "three" quality sessions with the remaining sessions run at an easy recovery
Can anyone point me to a good www or thread with regards to recovery.Many thanks.
Finished my first Ultra marathon yesterday, 50 miler, and started my recovery immediately. Compression on, well fed, with a good intake of carbs and protein, kept mobile for an hour or so, and then an early'ish night, and a good'ish sleep. Easy day
for a couple of days. It's a bit inconvenient, especially using stairs, but you don't have to fret about recovery. You just get on with your life, feeling pretty pleased with yourself.There's a good post-marathon recovery running schedule at www.halhigdon.com.
Hi all, what is a good guide to recovery? Just did the Silverstone Half, and boy does my legs ache. It's not pain" - it feels like when in my youth I use to do weights or sports after a long dormant period, then waking up to aching muscles. Wasn
-marathon recovery to help preparation for the next week? Many thanks Don't run them flat out and they'll be no different to doing 3 long runs. It'll be more about how prepared you are before the first one. +1 with lardarse just don't do much between each one to let
Maybe a simple question, but i'm new to interval sessions.. Did a session today 5x1000m @ 5:55-6:05 min/mile pace 70 Second recovery I walked the recovery period. Is this the normal thing to do, or should i lightly jog, or jog at marathon pace
been delayed? What is the advice for recovery? I thought I would be fine as the race itself, though tough, did not wear me out completely. They say you need 1 day recovery/ easy running for each mile raced - so it might take you 8 days or so. I see
before. What do you consider to be best for recovery? What works for you?No way can I do a recovery run today, just too sore, but will go out for another walk later just to try and loosen up a bit. Advance preparation in the form of training
Hi, sorry if this kind of thing has been covered already. new to the forum and first time posting. Im hoping someone has some tips on recovery, just started running after sitting on my backside for the past 18 years. smoking, drinking, eating crap
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