This workout relies on short, high-intensity intervals at a high incline coupled with generous rest, and is guaranteed to improve your speed by stimulating your neuromuscular system.
Most runners use a seven day training cycle when preparing for an event. However, there is no inherent reason to stick with a standard week. Coach Allie Burdick suggests adding two days to your training cycle to help you get more from your training.
When training for your first marathon, it can be difficult to know how much speed work to incorporate. Use the advice from Hal Higdon to make your training as effective as possible.
After a successful 10k, one runner wants to know if he can start Hal’s 12 week Novice 1 program at the six week mark and still be ready for a Half marathon.
The first running races of the season are around the corner, so make sure you are ready. Use these tips and workouts from coach Bob Mittleman to set up the right plan and start your season right.
Training with a heart rate monitor is a great way to begin using objective data to track your fatigue, fitness, and ensure that you are progressing. These tips from expert coaches will help you get started with the basics of using your heart rate monitor.
Many coaches look at the base period as a time of easy paced miles to build a large base for the coming season. However, Coach Jeff Boele believes that a higher fitness level can be achieved by incorporating more pace specific work. Learn more about how you can incorporate his methods in your coaching.
Using the track is a great way to improve your ability to pace yourself correctly. Use this workout from Todd Parker to help you get in touch with the right pace for you.
The Olympic Distance triathlon is a great challenge for every triathlete. Use these three race simulation workouts to be prepared to take on your next Olympic race.
After setting their goal, many runners look to buy a plan to help them achieve success. Here are six steps to take when looking for the right plan for you.