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Saucony 500 Mile Challenge! Week 9 -Saturday

How did your 4-mile race go last week? Are you starting to see some differences in your fitness level? This week, focus on the tempo run and the hill workout. Remember to drink lots of liquids (water, sports drinks, juices, green tea), eat well, and have a good snack after long workouts, like 2% chocolate milk and a PowerBar. Also, if you’re a college athlete, increase your morning runs to 35–40 minutes on Mon-Wed-Fri.

Saucony 500 Mile Challenge! Week 9 - Friday

How did your 4-mile race go last week? Are you starting to see some differences in your fitness level? This week, focus on the tempo run and the hill workout. Remember to drink lots of liquids (water, sports drinks, juices, green tea), eat well, and have a good snack after long workouts, like 2% chocolate milk and a PowerBar. Also, if you’re a college athlete, increase your morning runs to 35–40 minutes on Mon-Wed-Fri.

Saucony 500 Mile Challenge! Week 9 - Thursday

How did your 4-mile race go last week? Are you starting to see some differences in your fitness level? This week, focus on the tempo run and the hill workout. Remember to drink lots of liquids (water, sports drinks, juices, green tea), eat well, and have a good snack after long workouts, like 2% chocolate milk and a PowerBar. Also, if you’re a college athlete, increase your morning runs to 35–40 minutes on Mon-Wed-Fri.

Saucony 500 Mile Challenge! Week 9 - Wednesday

How did your 4-mile race go last week? Are you starting to see some differences in your fitness level? This week, focus on the tempo run and the hill workout. Remember to drink lots of liquids (water, sports drinks, juices, green tea), eat well, and have a good snack after long workouts, like 2% chocolate milk and a PowerBar. Also, if you’re a college athlete, increase your morning runs to 35–40 minutes on Mon-Wed-Fri.

Saucony 500 Mile Challenge! Week 9 - Tuesday

How did your 4-mile race go last week? Are you starting to see some differences in your fitness level? This week, focus on the tempo run and the hill workout. Remember to drink lots of liquids (water, sports drinks, juices, green tea), eat well, and have a good snack after long workouts, like 2% chocolate milk and a PowerBar. Also, if you’re a college athlete, increase your morning runs to 35–40 minutes on Mon-Wed-Fri.