I've read lot's of advice regarding introducing hillwork in to a schedule.Bit of a silly question - but how do you do it?Do you pick a big hill and run up and down it?Do you pick a long route with lots of individual hills?Or do you map a short loop
Sorry to bother you all chaps, but I need a bit of advice regarding hillwork sessions. My marathon training programme calls for 200m hill repeats. No problem there. I just wonder at what intensity should I run these. My friend told me I should
I am looking at doing some hillwork on a treadmill. Does anyone know of useful comparisons between flat running and hill running. What sort of comparisons do you mean? Flat is flat, uphill is uphill - nuff said. I like to do hill reps
Looking at the half marathon training schedule it suggests 5 miles with 8 x 200m uphill. What % incline would it need to be set at on a treadmill?? About 4-5% HB. Cheers FR !! :-)
Oooo! It's me again! Any ideas for revenge would be welcome this morning. Delightful neighbour finally turned off his music at 6.22 this morning.}:o[ I know. I'll bang on his door in a minute and insist he runs up The Hill with me, baths me in precious scented oils, then feeds me...
Well organised, scenic course, kilometre markers and great goody bag. Brilliant atmosphere on very hot and sunny day.Ahem ....but NOT flat!!! Must do more hillwork before next year.Thanks guys and girls for a great day out!!!!
been doing more hillwork, could it be that this has brought on the problem? Also, will further hillwork exacerbate it? I had a varicose vein that progressively got worse. I eventually had it stripped. The cause of my varicose vein was a faulty valve
the final 2 miles from Portebello to HolyroodAnyone else mad enough to be doing this one? hills are only a worry if you never train on them...hillwork,speedwork,in your schedule and hills pose no threat..
I picked up a groin strain about 7 weeks ago and its clearing up very slowly,i'v started to run a bit more lately and although i can feel it,its bareable.I'm now stepping up my milage and hillwork as i'm doing snowdonia marathon for first time in 7
at the weekend (currently up to 12 miles), 5 miles on Tue, gym (treadmill/ X-trainer & leg weights) on Wed doing hillwork on treadmill (about 3 miles), 3 mile Fartlek on Fri. Is that enough though? Any ideas/advice from anyone out there. Look forward to hearing
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