the following 6 weeks, introduce 1 or 2 speed sessions a week to fine-tune.OR - 2) Introduce speed sessions now. This second person told me to do interval sessions, tempo runs and hill sessions (all three types each week).Any advice on which is the best way
any tips on running sub 4:30.Currently doin 25-30miles a week with speed sessions and 1 hill session Well i might be able to help, i hit 4 16 last year with less mileage than that so i would recomend this. Race pleanty of 800s early season and even
saturday in the morning then 35 mins run in the evening i do speedies in the morning - say i will do about 5.7 miles - first ten/ 15 minutes is slow, then i speed up for the next 15 then slow down [tempo] tis ok. I don't do speed sessions in the morning
Each time I go out, I gear myself up for at least two speed "sessions" within the run. I usually wait untill I am half way round before doing anything faster.My problem is when I get to the point I am too pooped to go any faster, my legs complain
I want to join my running club on their Tuesday evening speed interval training sessions but on a Tuesday morning I go running with my running partner. In traing for the FLM, what would be the best session to do in the morning ? A fast 60-70 minute
I've been a fun runner for 2 years but for the last year I've done speed & hill sessions and I'm becoming competative (and would one day like to beat my dad in a race)!
I have been injured and a little lazy over the last 2 years before that I was running around 70 miles per week including 2 speed sessions. Now I am coming back and I plan to run 2 marathons this year.
?I thought you were taking part in group sessions? I either do it with Mr BB or go it alone alone BB? i think it's boring going solo somtimes needs must, if he is at work for example A varied schedule is definitely the answer. not including speed sessions
Hello!I'm training for the Paris Marathon in early April. I was scheduled to do an 8 mile today and a 6 * 800m speed session tommorow. Trouble is that the kiddies have kindly shared a cold with me that had me spluttering & coughing over
has meant I have slowed down. I wish to use this summer to both loose some fat and to improve my fitness. Does anyone have any advice on how to incorporate both fat-burning and speed training sessions into a weekely training schedule? Also what
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