It’s been 60 years since medical student Sir Roger Gilbert Bannister broke through the four-minute mile wall with an unthinkable race time of 3 minutes 59.4 seconds. And even if you never come close to Bannister’s achievement, you can work toward setting your own personal record.

“Chipping away even a few seconds in a race for a new personal best is generally recognized as a substantial feat,” says Jason Chuhay, a running expert and One to One Fitness Gym running club director in Cleveland, OH. Incorporate some of these strategies into your running plan, and your miles will soon fly by faster.

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