First Timer - SteveFollow on the forum: Steve loves bacon Target: sub 4:00Marathon PB: This will be my firstCoach: Sam MurphyTraining schedule: See Steve's training planStrengths: "I’m a very positive person – for me, the running drink is always
Busy Lifestyle - MelanieFollow on the forum: MelaniejayneTarget: A sub 4.30, although to complete and enjoy the marathon would be my ultimate target.Marathon PB: I haven’t completed a marathon yet. Although I did my first half marathon in November
On a Plateau - AdrianFollow in the forum: Shady_AdyTarget: Under 3:30 would be a dream come true and a lifelong ambition.Marathon PB: 3:44:29 (Boston Marathon, 2009)Coach: Sam MurphyTraining schedule: See Adrian's training plan here
I have two marathon virgins in my ASICS Target 26.2 group this year – both incredibly committed to doing their utmost to achieve a time they are proud of.Mel began running a couple of years ago ‘under duress’ from her husband Martin, who tragically
Warm upOur five runners take to the streets of a very snowy Birmingham University to warm up ahead of their training session, designed by our coaches as a progress check.
Coach Steve Smythe explains the challenges that lie ahead for his two ASICS Target 26.2 runners Sarah and Alex.Sarah's race results suggest she just about has enough speed to reach her sub 3:30 target. However, she doesn't have a big endurance
) Marathon-running chefs dish up the perfect meals for distance dining. --ASICS Target 26.2 is our flagship spring marathon project, preparing a crack team of runners for the Paris Marathon in April 2012.With just five spots in the team, it's a truly elite
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