Lactate-Threshold Run πŸƒπŸ»

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The most challenging and one of my favorite is a faster-paced Run at a hard but comfortable pace, also known as Tempo Run.

A layman’s definition of lactate threshold is a point at which your body starts feeling over-tired and/or you are low on energy.

By training at a higher intensity (at a faster-constant pace through out your run), you will be able to increase your tolerance limits and extend your threshold gradually.

As a result, you will be able to run faster for a longer period before fatigue sets in.

My Tempo Run sessions last for about 30-60 minutes, at least once every two weeks. It includes pre-run warm ups and post-run stretches.

IM me if you would like to know your current Threshold Limits✌🏼 ..

Happy β€œTempo” Running ☺️

#RunwithRaah πŸƒπŸ»β€β™‚οΈ

A run begins the moment you forget you are running.

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Often running long distances challenges not just your physical endurance but also your mental ability to tackle those long hours.

Although your long distance pace is a slow one (make sure it is), it also requires you to run with your mind.

If you think a run is tough, you’ll actually find it tougher.

Before you start your run visualize all the good things possible and think about finishing strong. And you know what? You will.

So go have a great long run πŸ‘πŸΌ

Stay hydrated and please do not (never-never) skip your post-run stretches.

Happy Running ☺️

#RunwithRaah πŸƒπŸ»β€β™‚οΈ