The Norwegian Running Method Explained

The Swedish introduced us to fartlek, the Germans to intervals, and New Zealand to the 80/20 training approach. Now, the Norwegian training method is based on lactate threshold interval training (LGTIT), and it’s hard to argue against their success.  Norwegian endurances athletes are winning all over the world. Kristian Blummenfelt is the Olympic gold medalist,

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10km = 16km (6.25mi = 10mi)

Have you heard the saying that your brain can’t tell the difference between reality and imagination? Well, the same is true with your body and running. After a run, your body doesn’t care about how many miles/kilometers you ran; it cares about how much stress it felt. And it’s super important to understand it to

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