Brooks presents: 2022 RunBlogRun Spring Middle Distance Daily Track Training (800m-5000m), Week 2, Day 1

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This is Monday of week 2, as we slowly get back into training. We will be adding some tips from Brooks athletes and coaches, today is Josh Kerr. Josh is from Scotland, and raced in college in the United States. Last June, Josh ran 3:31.55 at the Stumptown Twilight in Portland, breaking the North American record for fastest 1,500m run on the continent. The last guy who held that was Seb Coe, now President of World Athletics. In LA, in 1984, he won the 1,500m for the second Olympics in a row (and took silver in the 800m for the second Olympics in a row). Josh Kerr's time in Portland portended something special in the summer and in Tokyo, just as Josh and his Coach, Danny Mackey, had planned. Josh took the bronze in the Tokyo Olympics 1,500m, with a brilliant last 200 meters, and set another huge PB! Josh Kerr is a member of the Brooks Beasts TC.

Josh Kerr, Danny Mackey and Des Linden will be helping you become better runners this spring, with their tips and suggestions. If you have questions, email us at [email protected]. And you can always find out about Brooks running at Brooksrunning.com.

Monday's Workout:

Monday: warm up, 30-45 minutes moderate running, 2 x 100m stride outs, cool down

Monday's clip from Josh Kerr: https://bit.ly/3i3am0V

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Josh on Twitter: https://twitter.com/joshk97

Josh on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/joshhkerr/

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Brooks presents: 2022 RunBlogRun Spring Middle Distance Daily Track Training (800m-5000m), Week 2, Day 1

Monday: warm up, 30-45 minutes moderate running, 2 x 100m stride outs, cool down

Tuesday: 45 minutes running on trails, warm up and cooldown

Wednesday: warm up, 30-45 minutes, moderate running, 2 x 100m stride outs, cooldown

Thursday: warm up, warm up, 45 minute fartlek, 10 minutes running, then 10 x 1 minute hard, 1 minute easy, 15 minutes running, then cooldown

Friday: warm up, 30-45 minutes moderate running, 4 x100m stride outs, cooldown

Saturday: warm up, All comers meet, indoor meet, 800m if you are 3-5k, 3k if you are 800m person, 3k if you are 1,500m person, cooldown

Sunday: 55-60 minutes moderate pace, on trails

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