Several folk here have mentioned this method, I liked the promise that it helps let the endorphins kick in while you're out , guards against injury and minimizes fatigue.. What's not to like!? Well it seemed counter intuitive to go back to walking breaks when all the work so far has been to achieve non-stop running. But I used his formula and did the Run1/walk1 min structure. I decided to keep on til I'd covered 4K ( still quite a biggie for me). It was so strange, I thought I'd not manage to get into "zone" at all but after the first couple of cycles I was really enjoying myself and experimenting with form and breathing and speed ( because it was only for a minute, right.) I didn't get to that gasping , how soon can I stop place at all.., And the biggest surprise was that in the end my pace over the whole distance was 20secs a K faster than when I ran that same route. How did that happen?! Does it still count as running?!!
Anyone else tried it? Happy running or runwalking to all. X