Let’s Talk About Running Faster
Becoming a faster runner doesn’t happen over night. It takes discipline, dedication and a devotion to not staying in the same place for very long. Running faster, whether it be in the 5k or marathon, is something everyone can do.
Most runners have very specific goals in mind when signing up for a race. Even if that goal is to simply finish, you still have to be faster than the course limit.
If you want to become a faster runner by shaving seconds, minutes or more off your previous best race time, join us tonight for a TweetChat devoted to running faster.
Both run with Team USA Minnesota, and have dealt with injuries and typical training issues that come up like every runner. They’re great people with great wisdom to share.
We’ll throw out some questions like;
- What’s an easy speed workout to add to your training?
- How often should you do speed work?
- Favorite speed workouts?
- Are there mental blocks that can prevent you from running faster?
- What type of strength training is best for running faster?
- What food will make you run faster?
- Does stride length/frequency have anything to do with running faster?
Plus whatever other questions come up during the chat. In typically Twitter fashion, the conversation will be fast – just like what we aspire to! Join us and pick up a tip or two that you can incorporate into your training to help you become a faster runner.
- When: Sunday, March 23, 2014, 9:00 p.m. CST.
- Where: On twitter (details here). Log into your twitter account, then into tweetchat.com and follow the hashtag #mplsrunning.
- Who: Anyone who wants to get some tips on running faster!
We hope to see you then!
We’ve teamed up with Twin Cities in Motion and are very excited about the April challenge. More details to come this week, but it involved prizes, speed work and maybe running a mile in downtown Minneapolis.
What question do you want to ask a professional runner about running faster?