Standfirst: The target for weeks 5-8 of your 15-week scheduleAuthor:Pics:Issue date: Feb-May01 / xref Ultimate schedsKeywords:--A time-targeted half-marathon (Week 10)Why: It will be good practice to take in the racing environment, but also useful
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
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
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
10 weeks of the programme, you may be best to postpone your entry until 2008; if it’s less than that, concentrate on the long runs and be prepared to lower your goal by 15 minutes if needs be. And at the end of the schedule, don’t be tempted to train
and finished in 2:08. She could see that her training was making a difference, and it led her on to a 4:55 at the following springs London Marathon. Her big breakthrough came in 2000, however.Ive never been able to run any faster than 10-minute miles
: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
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...
for a half-marathon; sub 38 minutes for 10K.Sub-3:15 Eventual standard: sub-1:30 for a half-marathon; sub 40 minutes for 10K.Sub-3:30 Eventual standard: sub-1:37 for a half-marathon; sub 43 minutes for 10K.Sub-3:45 Eventual standard: sub-1:45 for a
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