We are often asked what workouts are best or what is the best weekly mileage to run. The answer is simple: use the progressive overload principle! What is that? The idea that you are starting where you are at with mileage and workouts then slowly building micro stress over a period of time to lead your body to have specific adaptations. Each training plan should be different because each athlete has a unique starting point. You need to assess your background and goals before you jump into training training plan
Have you ever jumped into a training plan because you liked the way it looked because it looked super hard? What happened?
Have you ever been given a training plan that looked pretty basic/boring but been amazing at how much improvement you had?
Why does the progressive overload principle work on our bodies?
Why is it a bad idea to jump all in on a super challenging training plan?
Will you see results from massive overload?
What will happen overtime from progressive approach vs a massive overload?
When people refer to training smarter not harder is this apart of this approach?