is this:- M:- Rest, Tues:- Easy Run 6 miles @8.20, Weds:- Easy Run 7 miles @8:20, Thurs:-Tempo Run 6 miles (5 @ 7:04) Fri:- Easy Run 6miles@8:10, Sat:- Rest, Sun:-LSR 12miles @8:10. So far there has only been two session's over the 8 weeks of Speedwork
Even though my orthotics are working, I think it may still be a few weeks before im capable of doing some intense speedwork. So instead of just plodding away at base pace all the time would the best way of increasing aerobic endurance (fitness
is whether there is any benefit in me swapping out one of my run for a speedwork session? I plan to run a Parkrun about once every 3 weeks at a decent effort, as a means of keeping my legs used to turning over at a faster pace, but other than that I
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Q I feel nauseous every time I do speedwork. I have even been sick a couple of times. Am I pushing my body too hard or is this just an aspect of speedwork I need to become used to?A Nausea during high intensity training is a common problem
? Many thanks Freddy,To determine the best answer, I would need to know what you are training for.I would suggest that you consider doing speedwork for your Saturday session or that you alternate a speed session with a long run every other Sunday
My clubs evening speed training sessions consist of quite short bursts just now; 2x5min / 3x3 / 4x2 with 2 min recoveries.should I not be concentrating more on longer efforts so early in the year?
Dear AllWithout going through all the (boring) particulars I've largely negelected speed work for the past 2 months or so.I have the Berlin Marathon on 26 Sept so have four proper training weeks left before the taper. Can anyone suggest some appropriate sessions that will make a...
Hi, Running for just over a year and plucked up the courage to join some local speed merchants for a weekly track session.The workouts are pre planned and varied, I thoroughly enjoy them - though not at the time obviously.Anyhow to my question....If we are doing 4 x 1600 @ 6:30mi...
Speedwork's probably the training session I know the least about. At the moment I'm doing 4x1 mile at goal race pace, which A. Probably isn't enough distance, and B. Not fast enough. So can anyone recommend me some tried and tested sessions
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