training tips from the Runner's World Training forum - posted by runners just like you. There's advice for everyone: slow runners, speedsters, newbies, seasoned marathoners and more. (However, if you're a complete beginner, try our 50 Best Beginners Tips
Find out what happened on training day 1 in our ASICS Target 26.2 marathon project as our five runners prepare to ramp up their training for the Paris Marathon.
We often tell you that the long run is the cornerstone of marathon training, and with good reason. The physiological and psychological benefits are well established when it comes to prepping for the distance. However, the long run does trip up many
Discover the secrets of successful marathon training with Super Six coach Steve Smythe. We talked to marathon expert Steve for the lowdown on build-up races, mastering the 'Monster Month', taper tips and race day itself.Just press 'play
Running coach Steve Smythe joined us recently for a live webchat on the RW forum to discuss marathon training - with particular focus on what you should be doing in January to make sure you're marathon fit for the spring.Steve is the author of our
Coaches Sam Murphy and Steve Smythe catch up with their spring marathon contenders.Your turn: Catch up with exclusive marathon advice from Sam Murphy and Steve Smythe's training podcasts.
to calculate training heart rates – usually as a percentage of this value.The traditional strategy is to use the formula of 220 minus age to ‘guestimate your max. This is often used in health clubs. Here, charts show age-related MHR and training heart rates
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.
Q Last year I achieved my marathon PB of 2:53, and immediately started wondering what I should do next. I have run several marathons, but rarely more than two in a season. Id like to do a few shorter runs, but with all the training Im doing
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