Want to develop an effective kick? One way to do that is to finish your speed days with some fast running. Check with your coach, and if he approves, ask them to give you a final last couple repeats, say 200m or 300m, as fast as you can muster at that time.
It will make a huge difference as you finish your races! Sometimes, big races are decided in the last 25-30 meters. Work on your finish, as it could give you big dividends.
Eliud Kipchoge works on all parts of his racing, he began training at the age of 16, and won his first title at 18! photo by NN Running team
Your workout today: April 4, 2022, Monday: warm-up, 40-50 minutes moderate running, 6 x 100m stride outs, cooldown
2022 RunBlogRun Spring Middle Distance Daily Track Training (800m-5000m), Week 13, Day 1
Monday: warm-up, 40-50 minutes moderate running, 6 x 100m stride outs, cooldown
Tuesday: Warm-up, 12 x 200 meters hard, 100-meter jog, the pace is 1500m, 2 x 800m, 400m jog, at 1,500m pace, 20-minute cooldown,
Wednesday: warm-up, 40-50 minutes, moderate running, 6 x 100m stride outs, cooldown
Thursday: Warm-up, 2 x 1000m, 3000m pace, 8 x 300m, at 1500m pace, 200m jog btw each, 6 x 150m, stride outs, 20 minute-cooldown
Friday: warm-up, 40-50 minutes moderate running, 6 x100m stride outs, cooldown
Saturday: warm-up, 800m, 1,500m, 3000m, or 5000m, cool down
Sunday: 70-75 minutes moderate pace, on trails
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