When planning for success, the focus tends to rest on the what and the how. For example, when we set running goals, we – or a coach – create detailed plans on what type of training to perform and how to run each individual workout.
When it comes to speed work, also known as intervals, attention to small details builds mental confidence while minimizing mistakes.
What is the most common mistake in an interval workout? Starting out too fast.
Every runner can be fast at the start.
Only the smart runner is fast at the end.