By Peter Park

So how did your first week go? Legs sore? Don’t worry, to be expected. Hopefully, the soreness goes away in your second week.

As for Week 2 you’ll notice that on key days, Tuesday and Saturday, you’re adding more hill runs. These uphill climbs build cardio and leg strength – and Pier to Peak is the kind of race where oftentimes the stronger woman or man wins.

Make sure you stick to the percentages on recovery days. Even if you’re feeling great don’t give in to the impulse to push it. You need fresh legs for those hills.

Have a good Week 2.

About Peter Park

Peter Park is a former Ironman triathlete, ultramarathon runner, and has been a strength and fitness trainer for twenty-five years. He’s also the co-author of “Foundation: Redefine Your Core, Conquer Back Pain, and Move with Confidence,” and the upcoming, “Rebound: Regain Strength, Move Effortlessly, Live Without Limits.” Peter lives in Santa Barbara with his wife, Kelly, and two sons, Hayden and Carter.



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