overlooked by marathon runners, who mistakenly think that leg-muscle strength is more important for short distances than for the marathon. They are wrong.If you run a marathon in 3:30, and use a common stride rate of 180 steps a minute, you are taking 37
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...
standard: enough to enjoy the marathon and finish with a smile on your face.Real-Life RunnersOur busy London Marathon forumIncluding...sub-2:30 sub-2:45 sub-3:00 sub-3:15 sub-3:30 sub-4:00 sub-4:00 v2sub-4:30 sub-5:00 And there will be plenty for runners
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
to collect your number, equip them will all the relevant documentation. For more information, check the Flora London Marathon website.We'll be camped out at stand 130, so make sure you stop by and meet the team. Experienced Runner's World staff
Details page - you'll need to be logged in for this.Copyright © Runner's World 2007 IN THIS WEEK'S NEWSLETTER... A PB year ahead Reader stories New Garmin schedules This week's training adi Runs BEST POST-MARATHON RACES East Midlands North
at Runner's World for 10 years and took over the marathon schedules when Bruce Tulloh retired from writing them. Steve has run more than 60 marathons (26 Londons) and as well as holding a PB of 2:29, he has also won a British marathon title in his age group
At a Glance Profile Nickname: Wotsit Age: 33 Running for: 2 years No. of marathons: 1 PBs: Half-Marathon 2:13 Marathon 5
dreading: Discovering it's not that fast; lactic acid. Favourite races: Henley Half-Marathon (despite the one-mile hill) Did you know? I hold the world record for migrating from adolescence to middle age (overnight). • My
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