Embarking on regular runs over half marathon now and am not preparing my body properly.Could people please give me their tips with what works for them, both in energy for pre-run and recovery post run. Also on lessesning the pain effectsThanks
I was injured playing football for the umpteenth time. As part of my recovery a started doing some light jogging on a treadmill and then started running in my lunch break to get the blood pumping. I am running the 2009 Edinburgh Marathon
A guide to competitive marathoning. It includes day-to-day training schedules and explains the scientific principles behind the training. Topics such as nutrition, hydration, recovery and fitting training around a full-time workload are also covered.
I'm a member of Sutton Runners, based in Sutton, Surrey and have been with them for nearly about 5 years.I've run the London Marathon in 2000 and 2002 completing in 4.30 and 4.06. My last marathon (Kingston) was in 2003 and I completed it in 3hr 49
....to me especially (ha ha I need all the luck I can get!) but also to Parky and everyone else running it. I'm nervous and a bit delirious today, but thank God I have work to take my mind of it (joke!)X Best of luck for you marathon - is it your
HIIs anyone doing the above? I ran Dublin and would love to do another marathon, is this one to soon (2 weeks time)? Will I have had enough recovery? There is another thread for this which a few of us have posted on.Not a problem if you're fit
Hi all ... I`m following a RW Training Plan for the Barcelona MarathonToday says: Repetition Runs: 4x1M at 10K pace ...What ???Does that mean just go out and Run 4 miles at 10k pace and home (if so ...great ! easy day !)or am I resting in between
for a couple of days. It's a bit inconvenient, especially using stairs, but you don't have to fret about recovery. You just get on with your life, feeling pretty pleased with yourself.There's a good post-marathon recovery running schedule at www.halhigdon.com.
Bloody cold today so I cut the rest time for a bunch of Yasso 800s from rep duration to half. Still managed to maintain target speed.Question: does halving the recovery time affect the training benefit in any way? Is there any specific reason why
I have my spring marathon schedule sorted. I need to build endurance and raise my LT. I love cycling and would like to know if I should stick to recovery rides OR can I raise my LT for running for example using the bike? If so, what sort of sessions
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