The 3 Types of Runs Every Runner Should Do
OK, so if you’re already a longtime runner, you probably don’t need this basic guide to the three types of runs that every semi-serious runner should be including in their workout schedule… But as someone who’s a pretty avid runner herself, I can safely say that this article might be a good refresher for those of you (ahem, me) who have maybe gotten into a running rut. You know, where you head out a few times a week and do a 45 to 60 or whatever length run at a moderate pace and call it good. I mean, that’s fine. It’ll keep you semi-fit. But it won’t really make you faster. So, the more I think about it, whether you’re a beginner or a veteran runner, this article I did on MapMyRun might be worth reading if not for a new type of run, for a new sense of why each one really does matter. (I know for me, sometimes I need to reread or be re-reminded of info A LOT to make things happen.)
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