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The Eight Basic Run Types

  • By Triathlete Europe
  • Published January 15, 2013


Base Run
A base run is a relatively short to moderate-length run undertaken at a runner’s natural pace. While individual base runs are not meant to be challenging, they are meant to be done frequently, and in the aggregate they stimulate big improvements in aerobic capacity, endurance, and running economy. Base runs will make up a bulk of your weekly training mileage.
Example: 6 miles at natural pace

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