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Dear Coach: What Should I Do Now For A Strong 2013 Season?

  • By Andrew Dollar
  • Published Jan 2, 2013
  • Updated Nov 25, 2014 at 9:35 AM UTC
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4. Improve your weakness. If run fitness is your limiter, train for one or two half-marathons. I like athletes to try a high-frequency (five to seven days per week) running routine for one to two months, moving into more race-specific workouts closer to race day. If cycling is your weakness, an indoor cycling power program can do wonders. I like to give athletes two to three interval-based workouts per week and one optional aerobic ride on the weekend. If swimming is your weakness, join a Masters group that will challenge you.

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