Build and Maintain a Mileage Base to Improve Your Racing


One of the tough parts about racing is the long period of training leading up to a race. Some runners don’t mind jumping into a race without much fitness, but others want to be in the best shape possible.

To avoid the necessary evil of planning out six months of training for one race, make it a point to build and maintain a solid mileage base at all times. With a good base, you can launch into speed workouts like tempo runs and fartleks right away without incurring significant injury risk. Check out Runner Academy for more info on base building.

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