🇨🇿 Long - Ultra Runner, Triathlete & Coach
Number one mistake generally, for not only Runners. I would say, for cyclists and triathletes, and even swimmers, which are swimming on their own, not in the team's wears a different story. So, foremost, I would say endurance athletes training, for the events on their own without coach or some Club. To be part of the biggest mistake, is turning their sessions all around, doing the same sessions. The envelope, all the time, trying to beat it by one second from last week, maybe two seconds from last month because it's kind of very easy to know that every Tuesday. I'll be running my 10K, 10K Loop every first day. I'll be running my 20K, long run and every Sunday, I would be running. My hundred meter repeats with 200 meter joke in between, It works, it always works. When you start to have routine like that, and for several weeks up to several months, you will be improving. But once this initial phase is over, your body will get used to this schedule, will get used to these sessions and your improvements will be in seconds as I mentioned, or will stop altogether. So the biggest mistake is not to revive your schedule. Bringing new sessions, bring some heels, but Bring some trail running longer shorter, intervals, change it every few weeks to keep your body surprised by by something new, which only makes it to to adapt and improve. So, and part of it is also recovery, every heart tissue needs. It's time for your body to recover and improve. So, the biggest mistake is doing the The same training all the time. And the second biggest mistake. I would say is not allowing your body to recover because only during the recovery, your body is actually improving.