what does this mean?
Im using it for Edinburgh this year, first week of the plan this week. Used a 'beginners' get me round for the last marathon (which was my first) and that worked great.
Introduced 2/3 weekly heavy cv kettle bell workouts also for improved strength and core stability - i can feel the benefits after only a few weeks of using it to i recommend it to anyone.
Im a little confused with the 'with strides' comment on some of the sessions - if anyone can clarify that would be great.
Im aiming for sub 4hrs using this schedule, my LSR pace is around 8.30min/mi so ill let you know how it works out.
would love to know how i can adapt my working mum week into a marathon training schedule? 6 mile round trip school run x2 per week, pushing buggy up and down hills, and a very boring and busy 8 mile up hill run home from work max x3 per week - realistic x2 when I can manage it, plus a long one at the weekend. Done several halfs but first marathon this year - edinburgh, would like to do sub 0345hrs, so far best half 1h39. any thoughts? and yes I am lazy just cannot get out of bed to go for a run before the kids wake up, but maybe it will come to that.
I also would like some clariication as to 'steady', 'slow' and 'easy' paces.... Is there a difference at all?
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