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What is VO2 Max? 
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What is VO2 Max? 

This is a measure of fitness that provides vital information about our cardiorespiratory and aerobic fitness. It shows how the heart transports blood to our muscles and how they extract oxygen resulting in a metabolic reaction as we exercise. We are able to determine our stamina and endurance base during workouts.  VO2 Max metric helps…

Running vs jogging  
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Running vs jogging  

These exercises offer great health benefits to us. We engage in these two activities in order to improve our aerobic system. A sedentary lifestyle reduces our lifespan and is linked to chronic diseases such as hypertension.  Jogging requires us to maintain a consistent pace all through the work out. It also ensures that we do…

How to run hill repeats
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How to run hill repeats

Although it may not be everyone’s cup of tea, hill running has many advantages. Hill repeats are a great technique for runners to increase their strength, speed, mental toughness, and hill running confidence. Although hills can vary in height and slope, the fundamental idea behind a hill repeat is typically the same. You quickly run…

What is a long run?
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What is a long run?

If you’re a distance runner, you probably already know that the long run is by far the most crucial run of the week. It’s the only run that will actually increase your endurance to the level you’ll need on race day. Nevertheless, we believe that most individuals are unaware of the necessity of varying lengths…

What is a fartlek run
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What is a fartlek run

Fartlek is a Swedish word that translates to “fast play.” The training methods use a combination of continuous (endurance) and intermittent (speed) training. Running at different rates forces your body to adapt. It makes you speedier over greater distances. You can perform a basic long run at a single, constant pace. Most run programs focus…

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