Today I’m bringing you the link to my latest article for Active.com. This one is for you runners out there who have a hard time keeping your easy and long runs as slow as they should be. I know I have a real problem with this, so I came up with a short list of tips you can follow to make sure you’re getting the desired physiological benefits from these two important types of training runs.
For those of you who don’t know how important it is to run most of your miles at a slow pace, be sure to click the link to Dr. Jason Karp’s article, “What Pace Should I Run, Coach?” once you’re finished reading mine.
Here in Saint Paul, the temperature will reach 36 degrees with winds of only 9 or 10 MPH today, so it’s the perfect opportunity to head outside and log a few slow miles!