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Start with two repeats of 1 mile in the first session. Run each mile at about 10 to 15 seconds faster than your realistic goal marathon pace. Harder mile repeat sessions can be at 10K pace and 5K pace. Recover (at an easy pace) for a half-mile (two laps of the track) in between repeats.10K-paced mile repeats inject some speed into the mileage-heavy peak weeks of marathon or half marathon training.
4 to 6 repeats of 1 mile at 10K pace may not provide as much of a fitness-boost as 5K pace mile repeats, but the higher number of repeats at a slightly slower pace improves your slow-twitch muscle fibers, running economy, and stroke volume – all valuable benefits.THE WORKOUT: Two to three mile repeats at 5-K to 10-K pace with two to four minutes rest between intervals. If you’re aiming for a 5-K.
Few runners train mile repeats at 5K pace or faster. At age 14, I could recover from mile reps at 2-mile race pace. At age older-than-high-school, not so much.
Reps at 5K pace rev your aerobic.The Session: After a 15 minute warm up, run four to six-mile repeats at your half marathon pace, or if you are a novice runner try half marathon race pace plus 20 seconds a mile. One minute easy running for recovery between each repeat.For runners preparing for a 10K, aim to complete 4-5 mile repeats run at goal race pace, also with 400m in between. Start with four early in the season and aim to.
Aiming for 5-8 x 1 mile at half-marathon pace (roughly 15-20 seconds per mile slower than your 10K race pace) with 60 seconds recovery between reps can be a great complement to (or substitute for) tempo runs in your training schedule.Mile Repeats Adding a few simple mile repeats to a regular week day run is a great way to incorporate some marathon speed workouts into your training. The simple idea of running a mile at a fast pace, followed by an 800 meter recovery period and repeating is easy enough to implement into just about any run.They are hard, but they build speed, stamina, and most importantly, courage. There are many different ways to approach running this workout, but I have found two ways to be the most effective.
1. Three to five intervals slower than your 5k/10k race pace, with only one minute rest between each mile. 2.You can do so as long as you are well-rested at this point and you feel comfortable with the pace and distance. One option could be a 4to 5-mile run starting with moderate pace and finishing the last mile a little bit faster than the average speed you would like to run in your marathon. 4.
Run a set distance at top speed, then a set distance at a slower pace to recover and repeat. Common intervals for marathon training are 800 meters, 1200 meters or 1 mile. Hills: Improve your speed.Try to keep all mile times within five seconds. When you can hit all the miles at the same time, you can drop the goal time by 15 seconds.
Your ultimate goal: Run four to six mile repeats 30.Such as the 400 meter interval repeats in this running workout. Simply put, this 400 meter running workout involves running fast for a quarter mile followed by running slowly for a quarter mile, repeated about 6 times. Throw in a half mile warm up and half mile cool down and you’ve covered the entire workout in just about 30 minutes.“If you can do 8 to 10 800m repeats in 4 minutes, you should be able to run a 4 hour marathon—provided other factors such as your mileage and running economy are on.
Following your run, multiply your mile time by 1.3 to find an ambitious pace for you to use as a goal for your marathon. Throughout your training season, run a Magic Mile every two or three weeks and adjust your goal accordingly. Also, remember to run your long training run at least two minutes per mile SLOWER than your predicted marathon pace.
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|from Marathon: The Ultimate Training Guide|
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|from Training Essentials for Ultrarunning: How to Train Smarter, Race Faster, and Maximize Your Ultramarathon Performance|
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|from Unbreakable Runner: Unleash the Power of Strength & Conditioning for a Lifetime of Running Strong|