Dec 16, 2007
How can running slowly help us to achieve better performances later? It is particularly challenging to go from the relative intensity of pre-race workouts to a speed and pace that is much, much slower. However, if you come to the realization that many runners stagnate on a plateau of performances because they run too few miles, and these miles that they do run are are run too fast, then you open yourself up to the possibility of significant running improvement. Proper base training requires patience and discipline, and this week's guest host, Steve's running advisor John Ellis, explains how the hard part of this period of training comes with the dedication to running "easy."
Fdip Blog of the week: http://atlantatrails.blogspot.com
The song “Starting Over‿ was by the band “Dark Horse‿ from the UK. Check out their great music at http://www.isound.com/darkhorse