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Monday, June 18, 2012

The Kenyan Summer

From the July 2012 Issue of Running Times
"How to show up for fall practice fitter and faster than ever."

1 comment:

Ghpadd said...

If more youth and high school runners followed this or a similar pattern of running throughout their off-season time, they would see an overall fitness upgrade. The only things I would add would be cross train if you can. Biking 3 miles for every one mile run equivalent or swim 1/4 mile for every mile equivalent. Overall body tone, strength and endurance, with a touch of stamina and a dash of speed throughout the summer will provide your coach with a fantastic foundation on which to build your season.

Great Article.

Now stop reading this and get working on your summer!!

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