Back when I started my Instagram account 2.5 years ago I made a promise to myself, and later to the IG world at large, that I would remain transparent. I’d take you through the highs of training, as well as the lows. With that being said, it felt imperative that I share on here the struggle I’ve had with running these past 2 months.
Today I want to discuss what I consider to be one of the cornerstones of any training plan: the tempo run. I’m sure you’ve heard that term being tossed around, even if you have no clue what it means. And there’s also a good handful of runners out there doing tempo runs, but they’re doing them incorrectly.
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For anyone fairly new to running, or if you’ve been running for awhile but with no real direction in your training, this post is for you. Let’s see if any of the following resonates. You’ve run multiple races of the same distance, but haven’t seen an improvement. You run basically all of your runs at the same pace. Every run is done at an easy pace. Every run is done at a fast clip that leaves you breathless within minutes. You’re frequently injured. You start running really consistently, it feels hard on every run, so after a week or so you give up and don’t run for a few months.