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to put everything into one or two races a year and sometimes the most trivial things can derail you. I guess that’s part of the reason a good marathon is such an amazing achievement. Q. What does your weekly training schedule consist of?A. During a
Mel talks the taper with Coach Sam.
Warm upOur five runners take to the streets of a very snowy Birmingham University to warm up ahead of their training session, designed by our coaches as a progress check.
On Sunday 7 April, our ASICS Target 26.2 runners took to the boulevards of Paris in the culmination of our spring marathon training project. Their goal? To run their best ever 26.2 miles at the Paris Marathon.Whittled down from over 1
It's almost here! Well done - you've trained through one of the worst winters in the UK ever and now it's time to enjoy what lies ahead - 26.2 miles, one great expo, one of the best marathons in the world and London's biggest party...From meeting
into it in the years that followed. Work came first though, so once I got a job on BBC local radio, my running career became pretty intermittent.I got a place in the London Marathon in 1996 and my training in the lead up was perfect. Then I landed an amazing job going
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