How to Be a Better Runner in 12 Weeks

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    1. Program Overview | Week 1
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    Running is a great way to get in shape. In this fitness lesson, learn how to get into running the safe way in order to prevent injury and encourage fun!

    Running is a great way to get in shape. In this fitness lesson, learn how to get into running the safe way in order to prevent injury and encourage fun!

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    2. Pose Method Foundations | Week 2
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    Welcome to the second week of improving your running. In this lesson, discover the foundations of skill development: body mechanics and implementing drills.

    Welcome to the second week of improving your running. In this lesson, discover the foundations of skill development: body mechanics and implementing drills.

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    3. Posing, Falling, and Pulling | Week 3
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    What does falling have to do with running? Everything. Learn how the pose, the fall, and the pull directly affect your running technique—and how to improve it.

    What does falling have to do with running? Everything. Learn how the pose, the fall, and the pull directly affect your running technique—and how to improve it.

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    4. The Frame by Frame Stride | Week 4
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    Welcome to the fourth week of improving your running. This lesson covers all of the variable and invariable elements of running, as well as a video analysis.

    Welcome to the fourth week of improving your running. This lesson covers all of the variable and invariable elements of running, as well as a video analysis.

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    5. Warm-Ups and Cool Downs | Week 5
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    Get ready for the drill-heavy phase of the Pose Method running program! In this lesson, learn how to strengthen your body with flexibility exercises.

    Get ready for the drill-heavy phase of the Pose Method running program! In this lesson, learn how to strengthen your body with flexibility exercises.

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L T
It would be helpful if you added an attachment to each lesson that shows the training schedule for the week.
Pose Method
This is something we are considering. One reason we haven't is because the training schedules are meant as a blueprint. Not every runner will fit that exact programming. We want the course participants to adjust the training to fit their abilities.
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Kevin P
What are the rest periods between shorter runs such as 400/800/1k?
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Typically, the rest periods between intervals should be a few minutes. One way to ensure recovery is to measure your Heart Rate. Once you're HR drops below 120 bpm, you can continue on to the next interval. Let me know if you have any follow-up questions. NR
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Jc A
Hi , in the training schedule , I Dont understand the runing sets ... Could you please explain to me ... Please
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Hi JC, Each week of the 12-week program, a training schedule is provided. During each session you'll go through a warm-up set, a group of running technique drills, and running sets. The training program overall is aimed at improving your performance at various distances that translate to an improved marathon or half-marathon time. Since the program doesn't take input from you, it is balanced to cover all the necessary areas of focus. Let me know more specifically what's confusing to you. NR
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