7 Week Training Program

7 week Training Program

One of the most crucial things in being successful at distance running is to pace yourself evenly. For best results, each kilometre should be run at the same pace or close to it.

 

To establish your race pace per km you divide the number of minutes you hope to run the race in by 12. So as an example, 60 minutes divided by 12 = 5 minutes. This is 300 seconds. Next divide this by 10 and you establish your race pace is 30 seconds per 100 metres.

 

You need to practice your race religiously. Dedicate yourself to practicing your race pace regularly. If possible, measure out a 100-meter distance in your neighbourhood or utilise facilities like a walking track, athletic track, football oval, or parklands.

 

Each kilometre on the City-Bay course is accurately signposted so you will find it easy to keep a check on your race pace. If you adopt a training program such as this and stick to the race pace plan you are likely to run your best race.

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Set Your Pace
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Set Your Pace
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