Running Much Faster With Nike Free Shoes

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The 10-20-30 training concept consists of a 1-km warm-up at a low intensity followed by 3-4 blocks of 5 minutes running interspersed by 2 minutes of rest. Each block consists of 5 consecutive 1-minute intervals Nike Free Run 2 divided into 30, 20 and 10 seconds of running at a low, moderate and near maximal intensity, respectively.

According to Professor Bangsbo, the 10-20-30 training concept is easily adapted in a busy daily schedule as the time needed for training is low. A total of 20-30 minutes including warm-up is all that is Nike Free 3.0 v3 needed. Since the 10-20-30 concept deals with relative speeds and includes low speed running and 2-minute rest periods, individuals with different fitness levels and training backgrounds can perform the 10-20-30 training together.

"The training was very inspiring. I could not wait to get out and run together with
Nike Free Run the others. Today, I am running much faster than I ever thought possible," says Katrine Dahl, one of the participants in the study.