5 things every runner gets wrong
Although running is so straightforward in so many ways, some runners fall into the trap of making it extremely complicated for themselves with some basic running mistakes. The tendency to cut corners, or conversely to over-cook training, are just some of the potential pitfalls that lie in wait for the experienced and brand new runner.
This is a classic mistake made by runners old and new to the sport. Having decided to run a certain distance/race, they fling themselves head first into a training plan, that they either don’t read properly, or even worse, do read properly, but simply ignore. The plans work for a reason and that reason is because they build up gradually towards a certain goal. Trying to do too much too quickly is a classic form of over-training, but there are others. Following a training plan with too much…
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