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The Method to Reach 10K

Today I want to share with you more than just my training plan to achieve the goal of running a continuous 10 kilometers; I want to share with you an easy calculation method to do it in just 6 weeks. Before we begin, keep in mind that this plan is designed for beginners, so don’t […]

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Maximize Your Training with Tempo Runs: Strategies and Benefits

If you’re looking to boost your speed and endurance in running, the tempo run might be exactly what you need. In this article, we’ll explore the various modes of executing the tempo run and its long-term benefits for your training. Get ready to discover how this form of training can transform your running style. What […]

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Smart Running: Effective Strategies for Active Rest and Optimal Recovery

Today, I want to share with you some fundamental considerations on managing active rest and optimal recovery. Running is an art that goes beyond the training itself, and understanding how to best recover your body is essential for improving your performance. Here are some valuable tips that can make a difference. Active Rest: A Powerful […]

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Water: An Essential Companion to Enhance Your Performance

Running is not just a sport; it’s a lifestyle that we embrace with passion. We are aware that our body is our most precious machine, and to make it function at its best, we must pay attention to every detail. Today, I want to talk to you about a crucial element for our overall well-being […]

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The Mathematics behind the 10K Beginner Runner Chart

Today I want to share with you the mathematics behind a training chart to prepare you for running a 10K as a beginner. Rather than following a pre-made chart, I want to share my experience and method for creating a customized chart, without getting lost in complicated paces, especially if you’re a beginner. Before we […]

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Relaxed Running: Running Slowly Without Excessive Fatigue

The cooldown run is a crucial moment to regenerate muscles, facilitate the elimination of toxins accumulated in the previous workout, and personally, I enjoy listening to a few podcasts. This kind of run should be low-impact, perhaps on a soft surface like a park trail, with the heart rate kept at calm levels. However, surprisingly, […]

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Progressive Training: A World of Variety

When delving into the world of training, a term that frequently arises is “progressive.” You might have come across phrases like “slow progressive,” “pure progressive,” or “endurance progressive” in various training schedules. But what exactly does it mean? Definition of Progressive Training Progressive training, as the name suggests, is a program that gradually increases intensity […]

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Repeats: How to Integrate Them in a Beginner’s Training

When you start running, the main goal isn’t to achieve a specific speed but rather to build running endurance: the first 5K, the first hour of running, the initial 10 kilometers. The next step, if desired, is aiming for a certain performance. This is where this aspect of training comes into play: repeats. From Theory […]

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Facing the Cold with Awareness: Practical Tips for Running in the Winter Months

Running in the chilly winter temperatures can be a challenge, but let’s tackle it with determination and awareness. In this article, we will explore how to adapt our nutrition and preparation to make winter running sessions not only sustainable but also rewarding. Strategic Nutrition for the Cold In cold environments, our body works harder to […]

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Errors to Avoid in Running: Improve Your Performance

Many believe that running is an innate ability for humans. However, we all make mistakes during running, but fortunately, we can correct them. Let’s see how to do it together. Error 1: Skipping the Warm-up Starting without a warm-up is a common mistake. Warming up is essential to reduce the risk of muscle injuries. A […]