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Were you aiming just for 10k or half marathons I would recommend using bike to perform HIIT, focusing on improving cardiovascular ability. Because you want to do marathons and ultras I would recommend that you practice by running long distances, 5-6 days a week, every week, for a year or two. Once you have completed a marathon or ultra then you should look ...


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I would recommend a walk-run plan to anyone who wants to start racing or running at all. Walk-run hurts a lot less to beginners and gives you a more rounded fitness level in aerobic and anaerobic capability. You don't have to have a serious plan by any means, but I see having a plan making running more enjoyable and helps you stay on it since cardio in ...


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Because of your goals, I would say a training plan is not necessary. For some people, say who struggle to run their first 5k, a plan is needed to build them up to that point. That isn't necessary for you however because you are already able to accomplish your goal which is running a few 5ks a week. The only real thought I would suggest putting into it ...



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