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Today when I went out of the door for a run I was very close to going for a half marathon but then, as I hadn't taken any water with me and couldn't be bothered to go home again, I changed my mind and thought I'd do the hill training as planned.
My training schedule for May and June is below, then the serious training for Berlin will begin.......
Mondays - Hill Training
Wednesdays - Somewhere between 10k and 15k (training my friend for her first half marathon)
Fridays - Whatever I feel like doing. Maybe interval, maybe hill, maybe run a half marathon....
Saturdays - 10k
One day of hill traing per week will do good to you. I do it on friday nights. But keep on doing it, the success is long term. Regards,ReplyDelete
I really do enjoy hill training now! Before Madrid I hated hills but they're not really that bad and can be fun :-)Delete
surprising training Lynne1ReplyDelete
Days like this will make you strong as a rock to get to your next race
My training has always been a little different I think!
For example the longest run I have before a marathon is only 28k. Any more than that and I may as well do a marathon while I'm training ;-)
I'm just trying to keep my level of fitness where it is now. I am hoping to run Berlin in 4 hours and 15 minutes though so come July my training schedule will harder with more interval training....
un abrazo right back at you!