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In my job as a coach (and I'm a certified USATF Level 1 coach--BOOYAH!When I say I do speed work, here are some examples of what I do after a one-mile warm up at an easy pace (for me that is a - mile). You speed up when you're ready, and when you have exhausted yourself, you slow down.To me, it means faster, less comfortable running that I cannot sustain for a long period of time.I like to do my work on the treadmill so that I know exactly what pace I'm at. Some people might be able to start after a half mile of running. Fartleks: at 5.0-6.5 (Fartlek is a Swedish word that means speed-play--so in essence you are playing with speed.A blog about being an active larger girl in a thinner world via the individual yet universal sport of running. ) it's easy for me to train young cross country runners to get faster.Otherwise, my road marathons tend to be in the - range and I'd like to get better. I don't mean the sub-four hour kind of faster, but the sub six hour kind of faster.Achieving a has always been the goal for running through my five boroughs.I haven't chosen a training plan yet, but I want to make sure I'm ready for some more serious work when the early summer arrives.This trains your fast twitch muscles to work--like to actually engage.

I hate speed work with a passion, because why can't I just keep running SLOWWWWW?? But, I've always had the idea that if I could run NYC then I would PR in my hometown.Like for example--I can't even start out at 9 minute mile pace to warm up because I can't even do a 10 minute mile. I've been working on my speed once a week, and I'll probably up it to twice a week as I get into real marathon training in the early summer.Ambassador for Skirtsports and Merrell, Swiftwick Athlete. There is still a fraction of a second when both feet are are airborne, so this makes it running--not jogging, or that awful sounding contraction of walking and jogging (which is a word that should never, ever be used in my opinion) WOGGING. But now, I'll need to coach myself, using my training and experience to get ME to run faster. My 26.2 PR is at the Steamtown Marathon in 2012, and that was only because the first eight miles were downhill.Here's what a typical off-season week looks like for me this year.I happen to be doing a trail marathon (The Naked Bavarian, and NO, I will not be running naked..many physical liabilities) this week so my long run will be 26.2, nice and "easy" and probably a little snowy: Speed work is all relative.

Anyway, as I said, I'm OK with being slow BUT since I have the opportunity to run in the NYC Marathon this year, I'm actually going to work on getting faster.