As the mercury continues to rise on the thermometer, check out these great tips from Shannon McGinn, USTAF and RRCA Certified Distance Running Coach and the owner of Creating Momentum, LLC
In order to race at goal pace, we need to train at specific training paces. However, high heat and/or humidity can makes targeting the planned paces unrealistic. Heat and humidity increases training intensity. As a result, we do not actually need to nail those training paces in the worst of summer weather in order to have a shot at a great Fall race.
Below you will find the first 4 of 8 tips to help you survive summer training and still keep your training on track:…Read More