5K TRAINING PLAN STARTS; BELIEVE YOU CAN CARRY ON IN SPITE OF THE HECTIC, BUSY TIME! Runners: You will be getting down to business the end of this week and running 3 miles on December 28. That’s nearly the full distance of the upcoming 3.1 MILE race. Thankfully, unlike in 2017, you won’t be doing it on Christmas Eve.
With the prospect of a totally fresh 2020 start in few days, excitement may be building on this long run day. Possibly you’ll have no trouble leaping out of bed in the early morning to begin it with an invigorating workout. Or, after accomplishing nearly every task on your Saturday ‘to-do’ list, you might be looking forward to a calming and relaxing run at day’s end.
The December 25 run: walk session is scheduled as 30 minutes in length. Switch with Tuesday’s session if this will present a problem.
Walkers: The schedule accommodates Christmas Day, but there’s quite a bit of flexibility, so the non-walking weekday session can be shifted to Tuesday, Thursday, or Friday as needed. The high intensity interval training (HIIT) walk should be performed early in the week, no later than Tuesday, if you plan to change up the week’s schedule.
Everyone, have a wonderful before/between the holidays week.
RUN & MOVE HAPPY!
NOTE: The full plans can be downloaded from the RESOURCES page.
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