Try putting a few twists on a typical session of 1,000-meter repeats.
This speed session will help keep your form and pace from fading at the end of a race.
The tempo run is the most misunderstood type of workout. Let's get it straight.
Prepare yourself for the rigors of racing while keeping your mind and legs sharp when focus starts to fade.
Don't go faster than you should just because you're feeling good!
Build race-specific strength and endurance and improve your mental game with this challenging workout.
Here are some guidelines to get yourself back up to speed after a race.
Follow these guidelines and enjoy your path to the finish line!
Investing just a few minutes a week in dedicated turnover work really can produce results.