If you are like me you probably have a favorite loop that you like to run around in your neighborhood. This loop is usually between 3 to 5 miles long and you probably feel pretty comfortable running it.
When you are not sure of what workout to do, or you are short on time you most likely run that loop.
And that’s fine.
But as Scott Fliegelman explained when I recently had a chance to sit down and talk with him it’s probably not the best way to break that personal best in your next race.
Scott should know. He is the Head Coach and Executive Director of Fast Forward Sports and he’s helped thousands of athletes break their personal best times.
Just click on the blue player below to listen to this interesting interview.
You can go into iTunes and:
1) Click on the podcast link in the upper left hand corner of iTunes,
2) Click on the Podcast Directory link on the bottom of the page,
3) Now just use the search box located in the bottom left corner of the music store to locate Everymantriathlon and subscribe to my podcast.
The advantage of this is that you'll automatically get every show episode once I add it to iTunes.
Or you can listen (here and now) to the interview by just clicking the play tab below, or click on the link to the MP3 file and download it to your favorite iPod or MP3 player.