Many runners head out for a run without worrying about pace or effort. They take off and run and they finish pretty tired. They fall victim to the moderate effort trap. They never run that hard, but they never run that easy. If you have moved to a more polarized approach, remember that moderate effort still deserves a place in your training, and could unlock much greater potential.
How do you measure your effort?
How does polarized running works?
What about that middle ground?
Middle ground and run/walk
Benefits of polarized running
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