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Runners' aren't normal: Guest post from Runners Connect
December 10, 2017
Runners are weird. Strange. Abnormal. At least that’s what we're told by our non-runner “friends.” It’s below freezing. The snow is falling. People are nestled amid the heat of their car. Tucked into their warm beds. Reading the paper with coffee in hand. And us? Yeah, we’re outside in the cold. Running. Suffering and loving every step.
Consistency is key
December 04, 2017
You probably need to take a step back and look at the big picture. Doing a challenging tempo run, an interval run, 2 steady state runs and a long run in 1 week are great, but if you then take a couple of weeks off or only get a couple of steady state runs in then you'll most likely be going backwards, not forwards.