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Unformatted text preview: weightlifting are utilized. Running occurs two or three times each week. There is always a longer run and speed workouts, hill workouts, and shorter runs fill in the extra running days. The idea is to give the runner experience in long runs and build stamina so that the runner will be prepared to run a standard 10k. Speed and hill work have been incorporated for runners to push their limits and gain running strength. Weights are also an important part of the training program. Weightlifting two times every three weeks will help to build core strength, allowing the runner to maintain speed on the long 10k run. Similarly, the workout emphasizes cross training through biking, the MARY workout, the elliptical, swimming and our cross training circuit. This cross training will not only allow the runner to work toward the race without running everyday, but will also strengthen muscles in various regions of the human body....
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