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On Aerobic Running Pace

Courtesy of Johnny Chen - good info and link on selecting pace for your aerobic base workouts #in #p

Last Update: 2011-12-29 09:12:45

From Johnny Chen:

I've been struggling with how fast to do the long runs. If below is true, Runner's World long runs are approx 1-minute too fast for aerobic purpose.

from See the article at competitor.com

Aerobic development is roughly the same whether you’re running at 30 seconds or 2 minutes slower than marathon pace. For a 3:30 marathoner, this means that 8:30 pace essentially provides the same aerobic benefits as miles at 9:30 or 10:00 pace. However, running faster than 8:30 pace only increases the time it takes for you to recover while providing little additional benefit aerobically. So, running faster is actually detrimental.

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