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2003/12/22 06:44:43 (permalink)
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How can i learn to keep running for 45min - 1hr.. i usually give up after 10mins for a short break before continuing again.

I see lots of people and they never have to take a break, is there a way to train?
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    RE: Running 2003/12/22 07:23:04 (permalink)
    The peopel who run continuosly for the time that you've mentioned have probably been running for years.

    Stick with the running and you will improve...
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    RE: Running 2003/12/22 11:59:03 (permalink)
    The only way to do it is to slowly build up your fitness by adding a couple of minutes on every week and before you know you will be up to 30 minutes.
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    RE: Running 2003/12/22 16:30:15 (permalink)
    run at a lower intensity for 45 mins. then work on bringing up that intensity.

    rob
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    RE: Running 2003/12/28 21:19:23 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by Don_al

    The only way to do it is to slowly build up your fitness by adding a couple of minutes on every week and before you know you will be up to 30 minutes.



    Listen to what Don is saying - spot on. Slowly build up the running time each week. Also do there anb backs (10 mins out and then 10 back), vary the running route and sometimes the pace (after first 5 mins). Should help
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