With the winter season finally over, many athletes are now focusing on training for the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, but many of the same techniques can still be applied to help prepare for the race.
While the majority of training will focus on a single workout or individual workout, there are a few other options that will help keep your legs feeling fresh.
Here are the best training sessions for those looking to take on the Olympics:The first thing to keep in mind is that the Olympic Marathon is only half marathon, and so you may need to go for a longer distance to get the most out of the workout.
For example, running the full marathon can take between 1,800 and 2,000 miles and a 2:12 marathon is still a very hard run, so if you are looking to build up a marathon time, this is a good option to consider.
When it comes to running a full marathon, running on a track or on grass can be more challenging than running on grass or a track, but the distance on the track is longer and you have to work out with more intensity and frequency.
If you want to avoid running on the grass, running at a slow pace on a treadmill is a great option.
If you have run on a running track before, you should be able to do it without too much trouble.
Running at a steady pace is much easier on the legs and the overall fitness level of the runner will increase.
For most people, a 4:00 mile pace is fine, but if you want the best out of your marathon training, you may want to go a little faster.
Running on a hill is also another great option for runners who want to focus on training the legs.
Hill running is much harder on the muscles of the feet, knees, and ankles, but it is much more difficult on the ankles.
Hill training should be a part of every training session, and the only downside to running on hills is that you may get injured while doing it.
Running in the snow is also a great way to build the legs, but for most runners it is not worth the effort.
There is some good news though.
Snow is really light and does not take much effort to run in, and running in the winter is also very cold, so the ice on the ground is also much easier to run on.
There are many other ways to train, but running a marathon on a hard surface will definitely help your legs, especially if you choose a track that is not as well-designed for a marathon.