What Is The Perfect Marathon Training Schedule
you’ve decided to do it this year, you’re finally going to put in to action your long term
goal of running your first marathon.
You’re ready, willing and able, but what do you do next?
At this point most people would search for a marathon training schedule.
You can download them for free from most running or charity websites and generally they’ll give you
a bunch of numbers which are either distances or times that you need to run each
The biggest problem with these free training schedules is that you’ll learn absolutely nothing about running a marathon and this puts
you at serious risk of long term injury let alone ever being able to run one.
Any marathon training schedule worth reading should include all the following:
New marathon training
practices, not simply a list of miles or times to run each day. Modern
marathon training techniques have progressed significantly. Overusing the same
muscles and joints using outdated training techniques places too much stress on
the body. Using advanced
strategies as shown in my new guide – ‘Marathon Training For
Beginners’ will quickly boost fitness levels and reduce the time spent
pounding the streets.
But above all, an effective training schedule should teach you exactly how your
body changes from the start of your training right up to race day. This way you’ll
understand exactly when and how to change your training to boost your progress, quickly spot the
signs of overtraining and sidestep debilitating injuries.
If you want
to know more about training for a marathon, you need to learn all you can about running. ‘Marathon
Training For Beginners’ is an entertaining and easy to use marathon training
schedule for beginners that want to learn how to successfully run a marathon in the
shortest possible time. Click here for more details.
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