move the target back. I'd suggest reviewing your progress each week and setting secondary targets (either faster or slower) depending on where you are in relation to your original goal.Q. How important is it for a first timer to have a goal pace
equation he derived from much the same data as the WMA tables. This one makes it particularly easy to compare your races through the years. "It's good to have goals and not to give up," he says, "and the regression-line approach gives us a realistic way
Load interactive route mapCrammed with details of what landmarks to look out for and where you can expect the rowdiest spectator support, our mile-by-mile guide is the best way to familiarise yourself with the course and calm your nerves before the big day.Get to know every twis...
lots of key workouts, don't be afraid to reset your racing goals. Instead of setting a PB, maybe run this race for experience. Roadblock: You start to acheIn the month leading up to a marathon, twinges that you've been able to ignore tend to intensify
, swimming, and weight lifting are great most of the year, as part of low-key training months when your main goals are general fitness and injury prevention, but the heavy training month before a big race needs to be a month of living a little dangerously
Training for a marathon is a daunting business – our free weekly marathon email is here to keep you informed, motivated and right on track.It runs from December to April, and its 16-week training schedule is aimed at April 26, 2009. Each email gives you clear day-by-day training,...
you know? I'm married to a Double Ironman, I love making jam and chutney in my spare time, and I'm currently studying for my fifth degree! • My RW profile Goal: sub-4:30 Finish Time: 4:46:24 Helen's Training Schedule
Q Im a 33-year-old female, and after being collected by the slow police after 19 miles in last years Berlin Marathon, Im desperate to get my time down in this autumns race. I guess I should do speedwork but I dont know what my targets should be. My other problems: Im ove...
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