Posted by trailrunnerK on January 13, 2013 at 12:20:56:
In Reply to: more on hill running posted by JillK on December 16, 2012 at 11:50:46:
I expect he was referring to the fact that often the problem runners have with hills is more psychological than physical. I think the "pretend it is not a hill" approach means you should try to maintain a good steady running rhythm even when you are running uphill. In my experience, getting into a running rhythm that works for you is the best approach in any kind of distance race.
: A running coach told me the best way to run hills was to pretend it is not a hill. What did he mean by that?
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