As Jack Frost is finally starting to back off and spring is getting closer, its time to get that pep back in your step and shake off the winter blues. For many runners, months of isolation on the treadmill or even a total hiatus from training has left your stride flat, your lungs heavy, and your motivation low. It's perfect time to get back in the groove and kickstart your running.
It's officially December, and you know what that means! Halls will be decked, bells will be jingled, and your days will be Merry (some get a bit more "merry" than others). But that doesn't mean waist sizes should expand, training plans get burned, and running progress is downed faster than that Egg Nog you're drinking out of a Reindeer cup.
In this weeks blog we join coach Ian at the whiteboard as he walks you through Anaerobic Threshold. What is happening in your body while running, why do you care, and how can you train to build up your Anaerobic Threshold?
As winter is quickly closing in and Jack Frost is nipping on the heels of your Asics, it hard to keep making progress. For some people, the treadmill is a welcome place to put down some miles, and for others it’s more of a mind numbing torture device. Regardless of which camp you’re in, there’s a good chance you’ll eventually find yourself running on one.