Only a week after posting my review of MyAsics running plan, I received an email that proved the plan really is adaptable. This week and last week have been the Going Faster part of the plan but, despite my best efforts, I simply haven’t been going fast enough. Tempo runs and interval runs aplenty have… Read More Can I Ask you a Question?
I have had a great week. 4 runs, all designed to build speed and because these are only short runs, the longest being 5k, it has left me with the time and energy to do some quality cross training. This has included aquaerobics (made up mostly of HIIT sessions!), strength training and a fast walk… Read More Gold Stars, Running Police and The Crazy World of Strength Training for Runners
Getting Faster, the Plan Heading says. Ha, sez me, we’ll see. This is where I challenge The Plan. Up til now, The Plan has been all about building endurance and learning to maintain a steady pace throughout a run. In the last 5 days, I have done 2 tempo runs and 2 interval runs. They… Read More My backside Hurts
I fell across MyAsics after seeing a tweet from a lady who used it to complete her first 10k. Unlike all the other plans on the internet, these are interactive and adaptive. My review is based on my experience of using a plan to knock 10 mins off my 10k time. I chose to do… Read More Review of MyAsics Training Plan – My Faster 10k Plan Updated
Hi, how are you? I have been away form blogging for a couple of weeks, mostly due to a bout of illness. I had taken a huge leap and decided to join a running group. They meet a half hour drive away from my home so it is a bit of a commitment but as… Read More Starting and Stopping