Like Running? Why not try a different type of training!
Interval training is built upon alternating short, high intensity bursts of speed with slower, recovery phases throughout a single workout.
How Interval Training Works Interval training works both the aerobic and the anaerobic system. This means athletes can exercise at a higher intensity for a longer period of time before fatigue or burn out.
The benefits of Interval Training Interval training leads to many physiological changes including an increase in cardiovascular efficiency (the ability to deliver oxygen to the working muscles) as well as increased tolerance to the build-up of lactic acid. These changes result in:
- improved performance
- greater speed
- greater endurance.
Interval training also helps avoid injuries associated with repetitive overuse, common in endurance athletes. Adding intervals to a workout routine is also a great way add cross training to an exercise routine.
Meet at the far end of beach (Orcome Point). Come and find the SWAA flag or look out for the van.
9.30-10.30 Sundays starting Sunday 30th September
Note: There will be NO SESSION on Sunday 10th March
If you are part of a running group that would like to add interval training please contact us and we can arrange some venues and times to suit your club.
If you would like to join one of the Interval Training Groups please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org
Other dates, times and venues will be added here, please email or text (07745 616852) to confirm sessions are going ahead – if you would like to suggest a venue or time please contact us.