First Timer - SteveTarget: sub 4:00.Marathon PB: This will be my first.My strengths: I’m a very positive person – for me, the running drink is always half full. I’m also extremely determined and have a huge desire to succeed - I’ve just completed a
believe with the expert guidance from the Asics Target 26.2 team I can find the missing piece of my marathon puzzle and finally get my sub 3 in Paris in April."Follow Alex's forum thread - post your advice or training tips and join the debate!
brought me a spot in ASICS Target 26.2 for the Paris Marathon. I'm not the fastest runner by any stretch of the imagination but I MAY be the most determined to succeed. I've only been running for 2 years but it feels like I've been running all my life
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
Find out what happened on training day 1 in our ASICS Target 26.2 marathon project as our five runners prepare to ramp up their training for the Paris Marathon.
your marathon potential. Do you need to upgrade or downgrade your target finish time?Up the paceIf you've focused on long slow runs up to now, it's time to try a more challenging session in which you run at your goal race pace for some of the time
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
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