appropriate training for the distance. Doing a 22-minute 5K today doesn't mean you can do a sub-4 marathon tomorrow. Obvious, really.It assumes you don't have a natural significant bias towards either speed or endurance. Some people, no matter how much
.SpeedworkFive tips, four sessions, three golden rules – fitting the fast stuff into your training schedule has never been so easy.Marathon RunningThe big one in a nutshell - everything you need to think about if you’re planning to tackle 26.2 miles, from setting
Haile Gebrselassie's sudden announcement of his retirement from racing has sent shockwaves through the running community. While we wait to see whether or not the running legend reverses his emotional decision, we relive the moments that made Gebrselassie the running legend he is ...
Q. In my time as a runner, Ive run seven marathons, and now I want to train for an ultra-distance trail run of 50K (just over 30 miles). How should I modify my marathon training to prepare for the longer race?A Assuming that your seven marathons
Find out what happens when you cross the Virgin London Marathon finish line. We first published this interactive guide last year - but it's just as relevant in 2012
First Timer - SteveTarget: sub 4:00.Marathon PB: This will be my first.My strengths: I’m a very positive person – for me, the running drink is always half full. I’m also extremely determined and have a huge desire to succeed - I’ve just completed a
Q. I really enjoy half-marathons and long runs, but rather than step up to a marathon Ive decided to go to an extreme and attempt to run from John OGroats to Lands End (the JOGLE) next August. If I do, Id like to cover 40 miles a day
Busy Lifestyle - MelanieFollow on the forum: MelaniejayneTarget: A sub 4.30, although to complete and enjoy the marathon would be my ultimate target.Marathon PB: I haven’t completed a marathon yet. Although I did my first half marathon in November
If you are aspiring to a spring marathon, seek no more; the Brighton Marathon has everything you could want from a booming stage-led warm-up in Preston Park and a breeze past the world famous onion domes of Brighton Pavilion, to the panoramic sea
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