Workout overview

Distance: 2.8 km

Zone distribution

Z1: 0 m

Z2: 724 m

Z3: 500 m

Z4: 976 m

Z5: 0 m

Z6: 600 m

0%
26%
18%
35%
0%
21%

Why run hills? When you start pushing yourself up an incline, you activate your calves, quads and glutes, mixing hill repeats into your training is an easy way to strengthen your legs for flat ground and build stability. Add this kind of workout to your training will have lasting benefits on your speed and running form. This is the final Running 101 workout! Keep your running goals going, enroll in a new plan after today!

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