All running training should be structured around the principle of alternating hard and easy training days. I explain why this is important and how to build your running schedule around it. No matter what your goal or your experience level, this will make your training more effective, and a side benefit is that it will enable you to make your running training more interesting because you’ll never be doing the same workout two days in a row.
About Debbie Voiles
Debbie is a running coach who loves to work with all levels of runners from beginner runners working up to their first mile to first-time marathoners. Running form, motivation, race strategy, speed work, and cross training will all help you achieve your goals. Chat with Debbie on Google+ | LinkedIn | Facebook