Our returning or veteran runners are expected to start running a minimum of FOUR days a week.
TWO DAYS are “Easy” days. 30-45 minutes at an easy pace. Location and terrain should vary as often as possible.
ONE DAY is a “Tempo” day. 30-45 mins.
Start with 5-10 mins at an easy, warm-up pace.
Gradually speed up to a “comfortably hard” pace. Your race pace is a good measure.
Hold that “tempo” pace for 6-10 minutes.
Gradually slow down and finish with 5-10 minutes at as easy pace.
ONE DAY is your “Long” day. Run at least an hour at an easy pace.
Our new runners can try the same workouts. However, if you don’t feel like you are at that level of running yet, you should just make time to run 3-5 days a week, 20-40 minutes each day. Don’t worry about your speed at this point, just get miles on your legs.
Some organized group runs will begin in July! Look out for updates here and for team emails.