10. Get Strong
Before delving into your base phase, implement a strength routine. Adding too many ‘ingredients’ at one time can be overwhelming for your body.
Finally, be sure to get some rest and enjoy your off-season!
About The Author:
Brandon Laan is a runner, coach, and entrepreneur. He is the co-owner of RunnersFeed.com and Race Director for Rock The Road 10K. He is a Level II Certified USATF coach and holds personal bests of 1:06 and 2:21 in the half marathon and marathon, respectively. He also enjoys running to eat, not eating to run…and always will.