Fartlek Session

Friday Fartlek Run: Culpepper’s Long Intervals #1

Building your top end speed is important. The best way to do this is to ensure that you have a good rest between reps and can continue to run at that top end speed. This session is great for runners and triathletes especially those running 5-10km events.

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Fartlek Run

Friday Fartlek Run: Gregson Threshold

This session will HURT, I make no bones about that, but it will also deliver great results, all packed into a 50 minute session. This session is great for runners and triathletes especially those running up to half marathon.

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Run Session

Friday Fartlek Run: Athletic Brewing Pacing Ladder

The ability to sustain a high pace is important, especially at the end of a half or full marathon (especially in an Ironman 70.3 or full Ironman). Getting familiar with that high pace can be achieved by having a substantial rest between reps. This session is great for runners and triathletes especially those doing a half marathon or longer.

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Fartlek Session

Friday Fartlek Run: run.nrg’s 400’s

Running repetitions at your Threshold pace with short rests is great for developing your threshold pace. (Makes sense doesn’t it? To get good at something, practice doing it). This session is great for runners and triathletes especially those training for an event between 5km & half marathon distance.

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Ironman 70.3 Training

Friday Fartlek Run: Gale Bernhardt’s Half Ironman Run Intervals #5

Spending time training at appropriate intensities is important for developing your ability to ride at different paces or intensities in an event. For a half-Ironman event you will spend most of the event riding then running at Level III (about 90-94% Threshold Pace). This session is great for a taper week leading into an event. Even though this workout is designed for a half-Ironman athlete, runners especially those doing a marathon or longer can also benefit from it.

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Ironman 70.3 Training

Friday Fartlek Run: Gale Bernhardt’s Half Ironman Run Intervals #4

Spending time training at appropriate intensities is important for developing your ability to ride at different paces or intensities in an event. For a half-Ironman event you will spend most of the event riding then running at Level III (about 77-90% Functional Threshold Power). Even though this workout is designed for a half-Ironman athlete, runners especially those doing a marathon or longer can also benefit from it.

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Ironman 70.3 Training

Friday Fartlek Run: Gale Bernhardt’s Half Ironman Run Intervals #3

Spending time training at appropriate intensities is important for developing your ability to ride at different paces or intensities in an event. For a half-Ironman event you will spend most of the event riding then running at Level III (about 77-90% Functional Threshold Power). Even though this workout is designed for a half-Ironman athlete, runners especially those doing a marathon or longer can also benefit from it.

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Ironman 70.3 Training

Friday Fartlek Run: Gale Bernhardt’s Half Ironman Run Intervals #2

Spending time training at appropriate intensities is important for developing your ability to ride at different paces or intensities in an event. For a half-Ironman event you will spend most of the event riding then running at Level III (about 77-90% Functional Threshold Power). Even though this workout is designed for a half-Ironman athlete, runners especially those doing a marathon or longer can also benefit from it.

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Half Ironman Training

Friday Fartlek Run: Gale Bernhardt’s Half Ironman Run Intervals #1

Spending time training at appropriate intensities is important for developing your ability to ride at different paces or intensities in an event. For a half-Ironman event you will spend most of the event riding then running at Level III (about 77-90% Functional Threshold Power). Even though this workout is designed for a half-Ironman athlete, runners especially those doing a marathon or longer can also benefit from it.

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Run Fartlek

Friday Fartlek Run: Timed Ladder Workout

Speedwork is an important skill set for all runners, it can provide improvements in your VO2 Max and enhance your threshold running ability. This is a great session for all runners and triathletes especially those running events between 5km & half marathon but will also provide benefit to those doing a marathon distance too.

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