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January 18, 2020

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3nd year student (senior) in high school in Japan.

Miles:This week: 49.00 Month: 159.00 Year: 159.00
Total Distance
14.00

AM: I ran an easy warm up, and then because Eugene mentioned on his blog the other day that he loves Fartlek and finds it one of his favorite training methods, I decided to do some Fartlek today. I did it for about 6 miles or so. Finished off with a mile cool down.

 

PM: 6 easy miles

Comments
From Eugene on Sun, Jun 02, 2019 at 19:02:52 from 73.58.34.45

I find that the best way to utilize fartleks is to supplement them into the everyday running. It shouldn't be too much of an exertion of effort, just sort of striding out on the run whenever you feel like it. You do have to be pretty fit to do that on a day-to-day basis though. Actual fartlek workouts are good too. Keep it up Eva!

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