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To increase your aerobic capacity and improve your endurance to run farther than you can now, you need to train consistently. Consistent training will build your aerobic base, increase your aerobic capacity (which is how much oxygen your muscles can use) and strengthen your muscles. When you begin to add extra runs to your week, they should be easy and slow – speed follows endurance! You should aim for 3 to 4 sessions per week for 30 minutes or more. Aim to make one of these sessions your long run where you plan to go farther than any of your other runs that week.
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As you improve your endurance, you will find distances that were formerly challenging will become easier.
These runs are normally run over a shorter distance, but at a higher pace than at which you normally train. Training like this means you can run longer before fatigue and lactic acid builds up and slows you down. It will also make your easy running pace or planned race pace feel easier – these ru...
To run farther, you’re going to have to actually run farther! Either increase your long run by 5 – 10 minutes or add 0.8 – 1.6 km (0.5 – 1 mile) each time . It might not sound like much but it begins to add up. When you get into a bigger volume of training for a half marathon or marathon, your lo...
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