Hill Sprints and Kenyan Hill Running Sessions


Keen amateur runner & qualified coaching assistant who likes keeping fit & devising training plans that help you get faster. The plans on this site have helped me knock minutes off all my times. I also love cats and popcorn.

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10 Responses

  1. Steve says:

    This isn’t a comment you’d post, but I think there a spelling error when you say “I’ve a felling kenya might have produces one or two…”
    The felling should be “feeling” right?

  2. Jon says:

    I believe your site is down Matt.

  3. Nicolas Cowley says:


  4. Audun says:

    25 or 45 seconds to ascend, is it by running or walking? How long in metres should the hill be?

    • Matt says:

      Hi, the ascent is running; you can jog down. The hill can be any length, you just need to find one that you can run up a portion of for 25-45 seconds that has a decent gradient.

  5. Thewrongtrousers says:

    Yes I agree, I really think they mean 30% gradient rather than 30 degrees which is a 58% gradient and pretty hard to find let alone run up.

    • Matt says:

      Hi, yes you are quite right it is a typo: 30 degrees would be completely insane! I’ve amended the text so thanks for pointing it out. Cheers

  6. edutabacman says:

    30 degrees seems to be too much… I don’t even think there are roads that steep

  7. awais says:

    nice inforamtion about the training

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