Standfirst: The target for weeks 1-4 of your 15-week scheduleAuthor:Pics:Issue date: Feb-May01 / xref Ultimate schedsKeywords:uan120--A time-targetted 10K or 5-mile race (Week 4)Why: The marathons main requirement is stamina, but many of the worlds
. It is possible that you are more of a natural marathoner than half-marathoner and can sustain a pace better than the average runner, but it may be worth considering easing back on your target time. For example, aim to hit 4:15 rather than 4:00, but continue
Standfirst: The target for weeks 5-8 of your 15-week scheduleAuthor:Pics:Issue date: Feb-May01 / xref Ultimate schedsKeywords:uan122--A RUN OF 2:20 OR LONGER (Week 7)Why? Long runs are the most important part of marathon training, and there is no way to fake them. Some people can...
Standfirst: Real-life keys to overcoming marathon time goalsAuthor:Pics:Issue date: Feb-May01 / xref Ultimate schedsKeywords:uan135--How I Beat... 3:00Following a schedule was the most important thing. Knowing exactly what I had to do each day
Sel.formString(""));document.getElementById("trainstart").selectedIndex = 1; Background and Specifications The RUNNER'S WORLD SmartCoach is a free, interactive tool that combines science, mathematics and 40
:minutes:seconds): : : Please estimate my time for: kilometresmilesPredicted time (hours:minutes:seconds): : : The formula was originally devised by Pete Riegel, a research engineer and marathoner, and published in Runner's World, most recently by Owen Anderson in 1997
keep focused.Now is the time to assess your fitness and set a realistic goal for 23 April. If you follow a schedule that’s appropriate to you, there will be opportunities further down the line – perhaps a half-marathon after a few weeks – to gauge your
realise that you dont have to be a fast runner to achieve great times. I always skipped the sections on speed in RUNNERS WORLD because I was convinced that speed training was for the elite, or for runners who could run at least seven- or eight
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...
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