From First Run to Next Marathon: The Complete Runner's Guide
Welcome to My Running & Jogging Blog
This running blog will provide you a learning of the running and jogging basics and what are the important marathons that you can participate in. You will have the opportunity to read in this running blog how to start with these routines as we all know that the beginning is very hard for everyone. Running and jogging can improve your mental health so that is it very important to consider starting as soon as you can.
While running and jogging, every runner practices and learns the 8 basic types of runs that this running blog has included:
Recovery runAfter a hard workout, a recovery run is a short and slow run. Runners practice this run after doing a harder workout or another longer run. To feel comfortable after a hard-working day, you should definitely do it. Base runThis base run is considered an aerobic practice. With this type of run, you improve your aerobic skills, while it is relatively a very short moderate-length run, you can consider it as an easy training run. Long runThis run is actually a base run that makes a runner being exhausted after practicing it. This run is quite a good practicing for those who want to participate in races. Progression runA progression run is harder than a base run but it is very challenging. Your recovery time will be less because it is a medium workout. It is based on the normal beginning of jogging and faster end of a running on a marathon that is down to 10k steps. FartlekA fartlek workout or also called as a track workout is a base run mixed of distance and duration variations. This way of running is good for improving your speed skills. Practicing a fartlek can result in faster running later. Hill repeatsHill repeats or uphill running is based on a specific run, aerobic and pain tolerance skills. You practice this running uphill after building a base period of training. Tempo runA tempo or threshold run is an intensive variant of running. It includes warm-up, an effort in the middle, and cool down at the end of the run. The main objective is to increase and sustain speed during the provided period. Interval workoutThis workout includes fast running short segments and jogging recoveries. With this type of workout, you improve the speed skills that allow you to do the fast running as everyday routines.