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Is there any science behind the long run rule (Read 300 times)


Elite Jogger

    People who don't like long runs (I am not one of those, btw ) could always try this plan:

    9-Mile Marathon plan

     

    Well that’s quite an impressive sales pitch and could imagine a lot of marathon bucket listers buying the ebook!

     

    Masters needing more recovery from long runs/hard workouts.....I guess it also depends on how long you’ve been running and overall lifetime miles. I’m 51, but only been running for 10 years and haven’t felt the need to ease up just yet and probably recover from long runs a bit quicker now.

    5k - 17:53 (2019)   10k - 37:53 (2018)   Half - 1:23:18 (2019)   Full - 2:50:43 (2019)

      believe Jack Daniels, likes a long run of 90mins up to a max of 2.5hrs.

      300m- 37 sec.


      Glute Force

        believe Jack Daniels, likes a long run of 90mins up to a max of 2.5hrs.

         

        That depends on the plan and phase. This week I had a max 90min LR or 25% of weekly mileage. But in most weeks its max 120min. I am training for a half based on JDs 3rd edition.

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