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Overdistance running

Overdistance running workouts helps the athlete jump a further distance than their set goal. For example, having a 100m runner practice by running 200m repeats on a track. This is specifically concentrated in the season when athletes are working on building endurance. Specific overdistance running workouts are performed 12 times a week. This is great for building sprint endurance, which is required in competitions where the athlete is sprinting down the runway 36 times. Typical workouts would include 5x150m. Preseason workouts may be longer, including workouts like 6x300m.


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