Yes, you can improve your race times while running fewer days with the revolutionary Furman Institute of Running and Scientific Training (FIRSTsm) program.
Featured in Runner’s World magazine, the FIRST unique training philosophy can help you fit running into your busy schedule, limit overtraining and burnout, and cut the risk of injury – all while producing faster race times!
How does Run Less, Run Faster help improve your running? The key feature is the 3PLUS2 program: Each week consists of 3 quality runs designed to improve endurance, lactate-threshold, and leg speed — plus 2 cross-training workouts designed to improve full-body fitness and reduce injury.
"Not quite 10 months after having my third child, [I ran] my fourth marathon - my previous times were 4:20, 4:15, and 4:16...[This time I ran] 3:37:38!! What a joy; a PR, a sub-4:00, and a Boston qualifying time (at 35)!...and I loved every minute of training and will definitely use [the FIRST program] again for future marathons!"
Run Less, Run Faster can help you nail that 5K, 10k, half or full marathon. Looking for an epic challenge? Look no further! Run Less, Run Faster also has specific training plans to help you qualify for the Boston Marathon. Young our old, male or female, you’ll find a program for you!
With 50 percent updated content, this new edition of Run Less, Run Faster includes even more sections for novice runners, as well as training plans tailored to the new qualifying times for the Boston Marathon.
Get ready to set personal bests in all your races and distances!