So, you've finally made the plunge -- it's time to start training for your first marathon. Of course, it's no walk in the park. You need to be ready to tackle a distance of 26.2 miles at a steady pace. How do you make sure you cross that finish line?
WHAT'S INSIDE: RUNNING TRAINING
- 5K Training
- 10K Training
- Marathon Training
- Running Form
- Running Motivation
- Speed Training for Runners
- Strength Training for Runners
If you run 15 to 40 miles per week, you're an intermediate runner. If you'd like to increase your speed for your next 5K, how should you train?
Bagging a workout usually implies that you've avoided or ended an exercise session prematurely. But that's not the case with a Powerbag which makes your typical training even more difficult.