Sophia Chase, FootLocker 2012,
The long run is one the three key workouts of the next eleven weeks. It should be part of your weekly training if you are a middle or long distance runner.
I have asked about where the workouts are coming from, so here we go: These workouts come from training programs developed from my high school, community college and college coaching days, plus personal training. Biggest influences are the late Arthur Lydiard, Pat Clohessy, Dr. Joe Vigil, Bob Larsen, Joe Mangan, Hank Ketels, Terry Ward, Jim Marheinecke,
Gary Goettlemann, Dan Durante and conversations over the years with many of the top coaches in the world.
I try to keep programs easy to understand and progressive. Fine tuning is up to you and your coaches. Communication is key to success. Tell your coach when you are healthy, when you are tired.
RBR Summer mileage, Week 1 Day 7, Long Run,
Sunday: Long, easy run, 45 minutes, easy, easy, on grass or dirt.
One thought. Make sure that you run on a variety of surfaces-dirt, grassy fields, sand, road, track. It’s good for the feet, and lets you use your feet in a healthy manner.
Check back next week for Week 2!
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