Saturday, October 1, 2011

Maintain Speed During Marathon Training

From Competitor.com

The message is clear: from strength comes speed. The ability to run short intervals at a given pace doesn’t mean squat if you don’t have the strength to maintain that speed over the course of your goal race distance. While shorter intervals focused on specific speed certainly have their place in a post-marathon training program, it’s the marathon training itself that allows you to reap the benefits of such sessions.

2 comments:

  1. Nice message tip hopes everyone will get benefits from this tip...
    Dan Bennett
    Accredited British Cycling Tutor
    progressive cycle coaching

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