Date: Monday 01 May to Friday 09 June
Duration: 6 Weeks
The basis for all training is the workout and recovery process, and if fatigue from one workout accumulates and transfers to the next run then you’re always starting a workout or a long run a little tired from your previous training, thus called “accumulated fatigue”. This “accumulated fatigue” can be implemented to our training and will help to improve running efficiency and also your body will learn to recover faster, making one a faster and stronger runner.
Just ensure to keep your easy runs slow as one of the most common mistakes runners make is running their easy day mileage too fast. All runs should be at an easy pace, which means one is able to hold a conversation during the entire run. Also, remember easy pace is relative, one who runs a 10k in 45 mins probably would settle at a 5:45 easy pace, while the other who runs a 10k in 70 min would settle at a 8:15 easy pace, so just go as per your own comfort and pace.
The Six weeks training will kick start on Monday, 01 May and culminate on Friday, 09 June.
The runners can select any one option from the below mentioned format-
- (Run 7km followed by 7x7 push-ups) x 7 days - 03Jun ~ 09Jun
- (Run 10km followed by 10x7 push-ups) x 7 days - 03Jun ~ 09Jun
- (Run 15km followed by 15x7 push-ups) x 7 days - 03Jun ~ 09Jun
- (Run 21km followed by 21x7 push-ups) x 7 days - 03Jun ~ 09Jun
On successfully completing Fatigue Training you will be facilitated with a Medal & Certificate.
GRR running club has years of experience and expertise in training beginners to beasts for road running and races in different types of terrains and climatic conditions.
Let’s get READY for an ultimate test of your mental and physical endurance, determination and indomitable will.
For Details on Training Program contact us on 8709809601 | firstname.lastname@example.org
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