09 May '16, 8pm

How to adjust a training plan after missing a few weeks:

Shave weeks off the end and the middle. Rather than jumping ahead now, it’s better to shave weeks off the end and middle of your current program. If you look at the following Plan B versus the original Plan A long runs, you have a safe buildup early on to avoid injury, a slightly shorter taper at the end, and fewer long runs in the middle. This will allow your body time to adapt to the progression early on, safely get in the longer miles, and avoid injuries that happen when adding too much distance early or later on.

Full article: http://www.runnersworld.com/ask-coach-jenny/how-to-adjust...

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