by Jonathan Osborn
If you go for a long run, or even have a long workout of any kind, it’s important to eat within 30 minutes of finishing up. If you’re like a lot of...
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by Matt Hyder
Shift gears and get the most out of training by varying your pace! Learn the benefits of running at different speeds and add variety to your training!
Posted in 10k, 5k, aerobic, anaerobic, better training, different run workouts, distance running, effort, endurance, fitness plateau, half-marathon, heart rate, heart rate zones, improve fitness, lactate, lactate threshold, long run, marathon, marathon season, mitochondrial density, running, running pace, running speeds, Tempo Run, VO2 Max, what pace should i run, Workout Zone Chart, Workout Zones, zones