Workout overview

Distance: 10.06 km

Zone distribution

Z1: 69 m

Z2: 4760 m

Z3: 5231 m

Z4: 0 m

Z5: 0 m

Z6: 0 m

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Hill repeats are really speed work in disguise. Hills are a great way to build speed and power on tired legs. The power required to run up a hill is the same as to run fast, but the leg speed can be lower. A grade of about 6-8% is ideal, but you can play with speed and gradient to keep the workout interesting. Longer hills like this challenge your ability to maintain power and - especially form - as you get tired. In the second half of each climb, make sure you keep your shoulders back and your chin up.

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