12 Sep '13, 5am

Fartleks: A Runner's Guide to Mathematical Wizardry #running

Fartleks: A Runner's Guide to Mathematical Wizardry #running

Interested in writing for RunAddicts.net? Get started now! In this article, we will show you as a Runner how to make 1 + 1 equal 4. Now in the hard sciences, this is practically impossible but not if you’re looking to make the most of your time as a Runner. In fact many of you know, that a mile of walking or running will still burn approximately the same amount of calories. This is where we can start to manipulate the mathematics of fitness. And this is my goal for you in this article. How to make a 20 minute workout the equivalent of a 40 minute jog. Not to say that you will want to do 20 minutes each time you go for a run, as there are benefits to doing both longer and shorter distances in your training regimen. It’s all about speed play If one day you find yourself pinched for time, then hopefully will find information in this article to be of value. I believe that some...

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