Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Long Runs

One more thing, on your long runs, make sure to try and run on the softest terrain possible (avoid asphalt if you can!) and run on hilly terrain. The roads and trails out by Josh Lake's house are *perfect* for long runs.

On your long run days, make sure to do some (6-8) strides after your run, stretch really well, and do the ankle strengthening routine we have practiced.

For more information on long runs, and to see how my philosophy on training has changed and grown over the course of time, click here to read the first post I ever wrote almost exactly three years ago. Interesting stuff.

And now, a picture of my lovely wife.

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