The training regime of the top athletes is more rigorous than the jogging movement. However, you can still refer from the foot running distance to improve skills.

1. Desi Linden

Twice the Olympic marathon content, Desi Linden certainly knows how to train to be successful.

Desi said, after a break of breath – usually lasting two weeks, Desi often starts his first week of training with the goal of 70 miles (about 100km), to the second week is 80 miles/week, so gradually increasing. until her ability to run is up to 100 miles per week.

More than just running, Desi Linden also focuses on building up core muscles with exercises like plank. Planks are one of the complementary exercises that Desi Linden often practices.

2. Natasha Hastings

Natasha Hastings once won the Olympic gold medal running 400m. Natasha Hastings will be an ideal model for the runner in the direction of speed. To be able to achieve high results, Natasha Hastings told Sport Illustrated that she only worked hard and practiced the 150m, 200m and 250m sprints.

Natasha maintains jogging in parallel with lifting weights. She usually gets up early, between 6am and 7am daily, then she goes to the gym and practices about 60 minutes to 90 minutes. After exercising, she will rest from 2h to 2h30 minutes. At 13h, she started the second training session.

3. Bernard Lagat

Bernard Lagat is a famous Olympic athlete, he is also in the top athletes running distance of 5000m fastest. He is one of the fastest runners in the world. To achieve this achievement, Lagat often divides his homework into different parts.

He usually runs a distance of 13 miles (equivalent to a 21km half marathon) first, followed by 3 fast miles, in parallel between 13 and 3 miles sprints are 1000m, 700m, 600m, 500m and 300m sprints.

With just these exercises, Bernard Lagat has maintained his workout frequency up to 70 miles or 75 miles run/week in winter, 50 miles/week in summer.

To complement his running ability, Lagat also practices additional exercises for the core (core) and bodyweight exercises.