Women's Running

Feel the Need for Speed

SPRING IS (FINALLY) AROUND THE CORNER. For runners, this usually means one thing: the start of a new racing season. If you haven’t already started incorporating speed training into your regimen, now is the time. But even if you don’t have a race on your calendar, speed workouts can still offer you a surplus of benefits.

For one thing, speed sessions are usually more stimulating than those long, slow miles. Whereas

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