DON’T SLOW DOWN (TOO MUCH)
Not everyone will have Bisogno’s drive and years of base training background, but that shouldn’t stop you from making things happen. Hinton suggests: 1/ Get Excited Shake up the routine and try something new, take on a challenge, sign up to a running club, or make a bet with friends. 2/ Splurge Invest in some good equipment. Expert advice will increase your efficiency and reduce your chance of becoming injured . 3/ Take it Easy Focus on going long and far. Pace yourself over the climbs, keeping your average heart rate below 70% of MHR. 4/ Stay Agile Emphasise neuromuscular coordination: the ability of the central nervous system to control muscles. Functional movements, like body weight squats, and hand-eye coordination drills will help.