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RUNNERS WORLD RUN LESS RUN FASTER

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Jun 2018
8:54am, 22 Jun 2018
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GregP
Are we *sure* it shouldn't be 'fewer'?
Jun 2018
9:04am, 22 Jun 2018
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fetcheveryone
You've been thinking about that for a while Greg.
Jun 2018
9:12am, 22 Jun 2018
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GregP
I've been exploring the 'related threads' suggestions. I think I got here from 'exercise-related nausea' which I go to from 'over 50s' :)
Jun 2018
9:32am, 22 Jun 2018
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fetcheveryone
See you in Boston?

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Maintained by Little town of Greplehem
What do we think, guys?

Cut and paste from a review on Amazon:
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The book is for anyone who wants to improve their running performance and is divided into 4 sections. The first section explains the FIRST approach, where a "3 plus 2" format is the foundation. This means you have 3 quality runs each week and 2 cross training workouts.

The second section is how to follow the program. Briefly, one day is a cross training day, then a "track repeats" day, then a cross training day, then a "tempo run" day, a day of rest, a "long run" day, and then either another rest day/or optional cross training day. Cross training days include activities such as cycling or swimming.

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