Running slower to become a better runner may seem counterintuitive, but it’s a scientifically backed method to run faster and farther. Maybe you’ve heard of it but have dismissed it because logically, it doesn’t make sense. How can running slowly make you faster?
It will. Today, we want to introduce you to this concept that we guarantee will give you results, whether your goal is a new time or distance PR or running without pain. In fact, running slower to run faster can help you achieve all these goals simultaneously. We’ll explain.
How did you get into running?
Think about how you first entered into running. Depending on your background, you probably have an association with running that’s deeply ingrained in you, and you may not even realize it.
Did you get into it because you liked racing? Some of Kevin’s earliest memories of running were racing neighborhood kids down the street....
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