In a world where everyone wants more all the time, is that really what is best? When is more a good thing, and when is more just, more?
This is a big pitfall for a lot of runners. People get better and faster when they start adding more miles or more speed work, so they think that continuing to add more will continue to get them better and faster. Unfortunately, this is not always the case.
More mileage will make you a better runner. Speed work will make you a faster runner. However, we can't just endlessly add mileage or keep dropping times in our workouts just for the sake of doing so. Many times, our bodies are well-served by maintaining a given training level until our body has reaped all of the benefits from that level before moving on to the next.
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