On a Plateau - AdrianFollow in the forum: Shady_AdyTarget: Under 3:30 would be a dream come true and a lifelong ambition.Marathon PB: 3:44:29 (Boston Marathon, 2009)Coach: Sam MurphyTraining schedule: See Adrian's training plan here
Runners thrive on consistency, but don't let routine turn into a rut. "Following the same route every morning or recycling a trusty training plan will not necessarily produce PBs," says performance coach Kim Ingleby (kimingleby.co.uk). "Going outside your comfort zone takes physi...
Q I seem to have been quite a good runner from the start. In my first race I placed sixth; on the next couple I was pushing between second and third. Five years later I appear to be going backwards. I train very hard but I cant seem to get better. My racing times sometimes don...
training with less strain on your running muscles and joints because, while you're using the same muscle groups, they're being worked in a different (non-weight-bearing) way.And if you have reached a plateau, the added workouts can be done at a higher
reason, don’t proceed to the next week, but repeat the one you should have done. It may mean you have to miss half or all of the two-week module in Weeks 13/14, but at least you’ll have built up to the ‘plateau of fitness’ in the right way
finishing that very first marathon, to the pursuit of a PB or the challenge of fitting running into a busy lifestyle.You'll have one vote in each category - so choose carefully!The CategoriesFirst TimerOn a PlateauAiming for a Qualifying TimePB Hunter
Some training strategies, such as speedwork or tempo runs, seem written in stone – learn the basics, apply them as directed, reap the results. But when you hit a rut, reach a plateau, or just get tired of the same old stuff, it's time
So, you already know that running will boost your heart and lungs. You probably also know that it’s the best way to say goodbye to that lingering Christmas bulge. But if your enthusiasm has been pummeled by dark nights and plateauing performances
at Melaniejayne in the RW forum.On a Plateau - AdrianTarget: Under 3:30 would be a dream come true and a lifelong ambition.Marathon PB: 3:44:29 (Boston Marathon, 2009).My strengths: Focus, enthusiasm, will-power and the continuing desire to keep improving
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