Hill Training Programs Are
Essential to Runners


February 2017--
The Peaceful Runner Newsletter #77


Hill Training is Essential to Runners


Dear Friend,

We hope you enjoy this month's newsletter -- Why HIll Training Programs are Essential to Runners. Most runners detest hill training. However, once they realize how quickly hills can improve running performance, they begin to see hills as their best training partner!

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Hill Training


Hill training is the most efficient way to build running strength. It is low-impact training with minimal stress on the joints and minimal risk of running injuries. Yet, it helps runners develop strength and speed in a relatively short period of time.

Hill Training Programs


Hill running has similar benefits as speed work but without the high impact and risk of running injuries that come with speed training. Hill running enhances knee lift and naturally increases your heart rate. It provides variety and intensity as it improves endurance, speed, strength and develops muscle fibers.


Hill training programs


Until next month, keep running, smiling and be happy, healthy and peaceful!

With love and peace,

Jackie



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