Tip for running up and down hills.


When running up a hill, just as your stride turnover should remain unchanged, from running on the flat, so too should your breathing.  If you find you are breathing more heavily, then you are probably running too fast. As you go over the brow of a hill, don’t accelerate suddenly but remain total control over your running, easing into a faster pace, with longer strides.

(Tips from The Rough Guide to Running by Lloyd Bradley)


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Retired was a research student part time and medical secretary. Now learning Spanish and British Sign Language, enjoy running, swimming, aerobics, aquafit, reading and writing, though not all at the same time!
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