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- and then wonder what happened to all that training they put in. See the eight keys to race-day here.Ambitious?Then you need Ed Eyestone's guide to shaking off your opponents with a well-timed breakEssential for marathoners...The complete guide to getting on top
I wanted to run as fast now (aged 47) as I did when I was 30. My previous PB was 2:58 so I chose this as my target time and, adding 1% to the distance for GPS error and mishaps, selected 6:45 as my target pace.I ran it almost perfectly, but at the the end my Garmin said 26.7 mile...
slower than 5 hours! Forum Mile 18 Support threadForum readers' first-hand accountsFLM 2005 Blogs The final week and the big day...In the week before the marathon In the final two days On race-day - before, during and after the race Race-day checklists
condition come race-day. TrainingThree weeks is the optimum amount of time to taper if you’re preparing for a marathon. There’s little you can do to make yourself fitter in this time – here are some basic guidelines to help you put in the miles without
race-day tactics. Plus discover lots of great spring marathon advice in the ASICS Target 26.2 hub. Day By Day - Your Final Countdown One week to go – the perfect tapering plan The final instalment of our three-week marathon taper plan has
of great spring marathon advice in the ASICS Target 26.2 hub.Don't miss:Q&A on race-day mental strategies with sports psychologist Victor Thompson, plus his vodcast on beating race-day demons.Videos on how to use a foam roller and stretching from physio
training plan, diet and race-day strategy. "Every race is a puzzle," says coach Jeff Horowitz, author of My First 100 Marathons (£15.99, Skyhorse Publishing). "Look for clues to solve it." Did you rest enough during your taper? Did you go out too fast? Did
check back regularly to enjoy expert advice, tried-and-tested schedules, marathon Q&As, race-day checklists and more.Build-up EventsThere's nothing like practice races to improve your fitness and your pacing skills. Our events listings are packed
Q Im 45, and can no longer train at the levels I used to. Recently Ive tried the run/walk method. However, I cant get past the guilt I feel when Im walking in a marathon. Any suggestions?A I understand the psychological barrier
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