Beginners Long Run advice

Actually the council is the same same for somebody coming back to the long runs from a longer anaerobic period, after injury, after downtime or after sickness, then for a runner who never really did long runs. Start easyGradually increase running timeInclude walking breaksFocus on time instead of distanceBring food and eat breakfast beforeFat burning... Continue Reading →

Run Cadence 180rpm

180 rpm means round per minute, revolution per minute or spm actually what is steps per minute. 90 steps on each side accounting to 180 total steps. In reality, running technique, surface, the size of the runner, leg length, will all determine your natural cadence. Why 180 ? It is close to the natural rhythm... Continue Reading →

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