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The Trackster Ultimate Summer Running Camp!

Join us July 23-29 in Fort Collins, CO for the best training experience ever!

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emmett's BOOST Plan

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  • Sun 04/04 • Long run

    18.0 mi

    A long run should consist of 15-25% of your weekly mileage. Find a solid route to run or a trail that you won't be interrupted by traffic. The common thought amongst successful distance runners is that it's better to mix up the long run -- have some be slow, have some faster, some much longer, some not all that 'long'. It's better to not over do it so that you'll be back for next week's long run and the race after that.

  • Sat 04/03 • Rest

    Rest days are just as important as workouts & long runs! Make sure you hydrate, sleep and avoid exerting too much physical energy. This will set you up well for future training -- take advantage :)

  • Fri 04/02 • Workout

    7.0 mi • 09:10

    Workout Workout Window: 96

  • Thu 04/01 • Rest

    Rest days are just as important as workouts & long runs! Make sure you hydrate, sleep and avoid exerting too much physical energy. This will set you up well for future training -- take advantage :)

  • Wed 03/31 • Recovery

    10.0 mi • 1:31:40

    Some people refer to a recovery type run as an 'easy' run. This is not completely true, though, as any experienced runner knows even the most relaxed run can still be a challenge in its own way. So, do not focus on taking it easy, but instead on getting solid mileage without pushing the pace. Listen to your body and get some work in while allowing some space for your body to recover for your next workout or long run. You'll get better at this process as you go. Find soft surface and a good training partner -- if possible! Follow the general strength video after, too.

  • Tue 03/30 • Workout

    7.0 mi • 09:10

    Workout Workout Window: 95

  • Mon 03/29 • Recovery

    10.0 mi • 1:31:40

    Some people refer to a recovery type run as an 'easy' run. This is not completely true, though, as any experienced runner knows even the most relaxed run can still be a challenge in its own way. So, do not focus on taking it easy, but instead on getting solid mileage without pushing the pace. Listen to your body and get some work in while allowing some space for your body to recover for your next workout or long run. You'll get better at this process as you go. Find soft surface and a good training partner -- if possible! Follow the general strength video after, too.