WEDNESDAY WORKOUT: part 10

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WORKOUT WEDNESDAY: part 9

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SCIENCE TALK: Uphill and downhill running technique and benefits

Life is full of uphill and downhills so is running. Expect that in running downhill are nicer than real life.

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WORKOUT WEDNESDAY: part 5

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WORKOUT WEDNESDAY: part 4

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WORKOUT WEDNESDAY: part 3

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WORKOUT WEDNESDAY: part 1

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VO₂max and vVO₂max, do they matter?

What’s your VO₂max? The questions that almost all runners hear at some point? The number that runners look and try to improve. But what does it really mean?

VO₂max is the maximum oxygen uptake capacity, it is described in ml/ kg/min. In practice, it means cardiovascular and circulatory systems ability to carry oxygen in the Continue reading ”VO₂max and vVO₂max, do they matter?”

When to run on treadmill?

Last summer I wrote about how to make treadmill running more fun, which you can find here. There are some tips how to make treadmill running less boring especially for those how to find it boring.

But when you should use treadmill? There are many cases when running on the treadmill will be more effective than running in outside.

1. Weather. You have to make yourself comfortable to running every weather, especially Continue reading ”When to run on treadmill?”

Long intervals vs short repetitions

There are probably as many different versions of interval training as there are runners. There are short and long intervals, but what is the differences between these two and what to take account.

Long intervals also known as intervals or hard training. Intervals are often measured either time or distance, for example 5 x 2min or 5 x 800 meters. The minimum time that one interval takes is often 2 minutes but it normally vary between 2-4 minutes. In distances it’s normally set between 800m – 1500m. Continue reading ”Long intervals vs short repetitions”