The world, European and Commonwealth medallist shares his programme for a light grass runs training session
This session works well for people within the sprint groups as well as jumps athletes and hurdlers. It can also work as an interval session for runners.
“This session will help you to work on technical aspects as well as in an aerobic capacity, pushing it as hard as you like,” says Harry Aikines-Aryeetey, who recommends doing this session once or twice a week.
“It’s easier on the body,” he adds. “It’s a good way to start, with the session being on the grass it’s better on the joints.”
You can adjust the session to suit your level.