For a year-end celebration article, let’s break down the rationale of 9 categories of workouts, with advanced and intermediate options.
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One of our favorite semi-structured workouts involves short, controlled intervals within an easy/moderate aerobic run. The easy/moderate fartlek can work for any athlete looking for a fun way to level up their aerobic efficiency. Here’s how it works.
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There is no such thing as an easy run on Magnolia Road. Mags is brutal and unforgiving. All it demands is your soul.
These workouts are designed to suck. That way, future workouts and races will suck less.
Specificity means that your workouts in the final 4-6 weeks before a big event should stress your body in a way similar to the upcoming race.