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Running

If you are a runner who wants to improve your race time or a walker who wants to run, you can improve through the use of intervals by running for short periods at a pace significantly higher than your normal comfort zone followed by intervals of easy running or jogging. While this type of training is usually regarded as an advanced training technique for the experienced runner training to develop speed and raise their anaerobic threshold, the average runner or even walkers can benefit from this training as well. The technique is to introduce into your normal routine some short periods of slightly higher pace for a short period such as 1 minute. Then drop your pace back below your normal pace for 2, 3, or 4 minutes. Continue these intervals during your running or walking routine and each week as your comfort level improves you can lengthen the fast pace and shorten the rest phase putting a slight extra stress on your system which will, in time, lead to an improvement in your speed, aerobic fitness, and your anaerobic threshold. These intervals are easily timed with a Gymboss timer. Learn to Run 5k [pdf] Learn to Run in 8 Weeks [pdf] Running Disclaimer: The running information presented on these pages is intended as an educational resource and is not intended as a substitute for proper medical advice. Consult your physician or healthcare professional before performing any of the exercises described on these pages.

Running

If you are a runner who wants to improve your race time or a walker who wants to run, you can improve through the use of intervals by running for short periods at a pace significantly higher than your normal comfort zone followed by intervals of easy running or jogging. While this type of training is usually regarded as an advanced training technique for the experienced runner training to develop speed and raise their anaerobic threshold, the average runner or even walkers can benefit from this training as well. The technique is to introduce into your normal routine some short periods of slightly higher pace for a short period such as 1 minute. Then drop your pace back below your normal pace for 2, 3, or 4 minutes. Continue these intervals during your running or walking routine and each week as your comfort level improves you can lengthen the fast pace and shorten the rest phase putting a slight extra stress on your system which will, in time, lead to an improvement in your speed, aerobic fitness, and your anaerobic threshold. These intervals are easily timed with a Gymboss timer. Learn to Run 5k [pdf] Learn to Run in 8 Weeks [pdf] Running Disclaimer: The running information presented on these pages is intended as an educational resource and is not intended as a substitute for proper medical advice. Consult your physician or healthcare professional before performing any of the exercises described on these pages.

  • Posted 03-14-2019
    In Running

    Do you feel like your long runs are getting boring and monotonous? Switch it up with some interval running. For interval workouts, all you need is a Gymboss timer and space to run. Prior to your workout, figure out the duration and number of intervals you want to complete. This all depends on whether you are a beginner runner or a more advanced runner. Here are some interval tips based on your running experience. Continue reading →

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  • Posted 02-21-2018
    In News & Running

        Gymboss is happy to announce we have a brand new interval timer model just released- the Gymboss PLUS Interval Timer.  The Gymboss Plus is made to be outside as it comes with a louder beep and is more water resistant. It is perfect for runners and run walk runners, especially those who may be running in the rain or in very humid climates. Also, the louder beep makes it ideal for group classes. Continue reading →

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  • Posted 08-25-2015
    In Workouts, Interval Training & Running

    Here at Gymboss, we are big fans of Dr Gabe MIrkin, and most of here follow his blog. This week, Dr Mirkin talks about a 30-20-10 Run Workout that has innumerable benefits. The concept if fairly simple and works very well with adult recreational runners. Continue reading →

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  • Posted 06-27-2015
    In Workouts, HIIT, Interval Training & Running

    Want to increase the amount of fat burn in far less time? Hate that long, boring steady state treadmill cardio? Us too! This HIIT (high intensity interval training) treadmill workout from Mark Moon and muscleandfitess.com may be your answer. HIIT workouts can burn up to "nine times more fat than traditional cardiovascular exercise because your metabolism stays elevated more than 24 hours afterwards." This is often referred to as the afterburn effect. Continue reading →

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  • Posted 06-16-2015
    In Workouts, Interval Training & Running

    Interval training burns more fat compared to steady state cardio, takes less time to complete, and prevents boredom.  Best of all, with your Gymboss Interval Timer, interval training is more efficient and hassle-free than ever before as it makes a perfect running timer. Here is a simple, yet effective, run walk run interval training workout that will be sure to leave you huffing and puffing. Continue reading →

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