the recovery times being a little too long.I usually do a jogged 400m recovery (approx 2 mins) after doing my 800's in around 2:50.Not sure how this equates to marathon time as I havent yet done one to check but it feels ok to me! I do same as NE, 400m jog. I
has any one used pro max, i am training to do the marathon and was wondering about the benefits and was it worth the money. is that a body building suplement? recovery type thing? yes, somebody out there must of used it Was gonna buy it
Anybody done this? Looks like there is a 10k as well as 10 mile option this year and seems to get excellent ratings. I'm considering it for a post marathon "recovery" run.
Congratulate a loved one after months of dedicated marathon training - or just treat yourself after making it across the 26.2-mile finish line. We've compiled the best selection of gifts to help commemorate the day, boost recovery and pamper tired
Currently I'm doing 4 x 800m at 13k/hr with 5 min jog intervals and ready to push harder.Is it better to reduce the jog recoveries or move to 5x800? What is the theory? I'm training for a faster half than my previous 1.50 and hopefully a marathon
Enjoy the buzz of competitions from 10k to marathons(44 to date).Have also competed in 3 peaks and off road marathons.Cycle off road but not in competition.Diagnosed with prostate cancer in July 2009. Laproscopic prostatectomy on 10.11.2009 recovery
ASICS Target 26.2 coach Sam Murphy explains the hows and whys of the marathon, from tapering training to hitting (or avoiding) 'the wall' - and optimum recovery after the race.For your first (or umpteenth) marathon attempt, Sam's clear advice
you feel. I know several runners that use a protein recovery shake to help their muscles recover. I've heard SiS recovery formula is meant to be quite good. I wouldnt take recovery formula for anything under 10 miles (i'm a half marathoner so my
I'm only going to do one marathon this autumn in order to try and do as well as possible. I've a busy summer planned so would like to have as much recovery time as possible. Has anyone done this race? Would you recommend it?
I thought with marathon plans you were supposed to have an easier long run every 4 weeks, so 3 weeks getting longer then one week lower mileage for recovery. That does not seem to happen here. Am I mistaken?
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