Brooks Presents: 2022 RunBlogRun Mid-Range Spring Training Daily Track Training (800 m-5,000 m), Week 1, Day 2

When you see an athlete winning an Olympic medal or a World Championship medal, what do you think? How easy did they look? How lucky was that? Was it luck? Was it the run 8 years ago when you didn’t want to go to train? Was it such a difficult pace six months ago? Or was it day after day, consistent training, support from coaches, trainers, training partners, family, friends, what made that extraordinary difference? During this season, when we reveal you training tips and suggestions, know that we learn from both failures and successes. Running happily. Running alive.

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Well run race, photo by How Lao Photography

Tuesday: 45 minutes of running on the trails, warming up and cooling down

Brooks Presents: 2022 RunBlogRun Mid-Range Spring Training Daily Track Training (800 m-5,000 m), Week 1, Day 2

Monday: warm-up, 30-45 minutes gentle run, cool down

Tuesday: 45 minutes of running on the trails, warming up and cooling down

Wednesday: warm-up, 30-45 minutes, gentle run, cooldown

Thursday: warm-up, warm-up, 45 minutes fartlek, 10 minutes run, then 10 x 1 minute hard, 1 minute easy, 10 minutes run, then cooldown

Friday: warm-up, 30-45 minutes gentle run, cool down

Saturday: warm up, All comers meet, indoor meeting, 800m if you are 3-5k, 3k if you are 800m person, 3k if you are 1500m person, cooldown

Sunday: 50-55 minutes at a moderate pace, on the trails

David Berry

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