How to run a Mile in Two weeks for Beginners – Part 4

WEEK 2 – DAY 1

Congratulations if you’ve made it this far! First week is over, we have made a significant amount of progress and week 2 is now upon us.

How did you feel about week 1? What are you anticipating for week 2?

I hope you feel great about your first week and are enthusiastically adoring you’re opportunity to run EVEN MORE! šŸ˜‰

Well even if you aren’t necessarily excited it shows your commitment to still be competing on the second week!

Main goal for today is to complete your walk run for a total of 20 mins.

Reference for Fartleks (20 min workout)

Mile times faster than 13 mins – RUN 200m and Walk 100m for 20 minutes
Mile times slower than 13 mins – RUN 50 – 100m and walk 100m for 20 minutes.

Options If No Track Is Available

Mile times faster than 13 mins – RUN 2 minutes and Walk 1 minute for a total time of 20 minutes
Mile times slower than 13 mins – RUN for 30 seconds to a minute and walk for 1:30 – 2 mins for a total time of 20 minutes.


 

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Just keep pushing yourself! You can do whatever you tell yourself you can do!

“Whether you think you can or you think you can’t, you’re right.” – Henry Ford

YOU CAN DO THIS!

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Coming Up Next : Fartlek Overdrive.

In Part fourĀ of ourĀ run a mile in 2 week series we will repeat exactly what we just completed in our last day of training, 20 mins run/walk.

You Can Move on here :

Week 2 Day 2

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