Running: Frequency trumps pure distance

Once you work up to running three miles at once, “frequency is your friend,” Dollar says.

“Running 10–15 miles a week split into 4–5 runs is safer and more beneficial than running 10–15 miles split into only two runs.”

How To Start (Or Get Back To) Consistent Running, January 10, 2017 at 12:09AM

In other news, I’ve so far run 10 of 11 days this year. Only 5K (3.1 mi) runs, but (nearly) every day. Good for me 🙂

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