Should I bank time for later in my race?

By June 6, 2016Run

First-time race runners are often given the advice to “bank” time at the beginning of a race to make up for a slower second half. This means starting out faster than your goal pace to cover as much distance as you can before the inevitable “bonk” or “hitting the wall” slows you down.

But is this a good strategy? Runner’s World has the answer.

Read the article here!