You'll be fine
They do 16 week schedules from the couch to the startline jobs. You have previous.
You have time, just begin at week 2 or 3 and get on with it
You'll be fine. If you use SmartCoach, you can tell it that you only have 13 weeks to train and it will put together a programme for you.
you will be fine . why not enter a half marathon . there are plenty coming up . i did liverpool last year its 2nd march . i am not the most experienced myself but i think tou shold aim to do a long run say 18mile min at least 4 wks before the big day .
i am in similar situation.i decided to do london marathon for rnib in december when i stopped smoking.i started to run every other day and joined a gym to get time on a treadmill too then been ill over xmas and now have abscess in my toothwhich is very painful.im sure i can still get fit enough in time!?also have trouble with my left heal it feels like its bruised the day after running especially first thing in the morning .any advice anyone?and good luck daveyp im sure you'll be ok
I also managed to get it done last year on 12 weeks of training due to an injury. Just lower your goal slightly and train as you would normally - don't overtrain to try and compensate, it will come back to haunt you.
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