If you want to run fast, the saying goes, you've got to run fast. To stoke speed, most runners do traditional speedwork: aiming for near race pace over distances of 400 meters or more, with recovery periods equal to the length of the repeat (or slightly less). Or you can get fast even faster with supershort, superfast efforts, sometimes referred to as high intensity interval training (HIIT).
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Fueling Food for A Marathon Run (Infographic) - If you’re running a marathon, you need a game plan for eating right. Getting the proper amount of nourishment before, during and after a run can make all the difference to your success. Find out how to balance your protein, carb and fat intake and what you can do to stay well hydrated.
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