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Half Marathon Training Schedule by Carrots 'N' Cake Patient Expert Posted Wed 19 Jan 2011 8:57am Good morning! Breakfast first and then I will get into my half marathon training schedule. Apparently, I had a lot to say about it. I took me forever to type it up! Breakfast This morning’s breakfast was an oldie, but goodie: banana oatmeal with peanut butter. Also in the mix: coconut milk, chia seeds , and a drizzle of mapl ... Read on »
My Half Marathon Training Schedule by eatrunsail Posted Mon 02 Jan 2012 10:05pm I thought I would post our half marathon training schedule so that anyone who would like to, can offer some feedback, or suggestions, or other comments.  Please feel free to be brutally honest.  I am  new at this and we are preparing for our first half marathon race.  It is on May 13th and I think I have given us ample time to prepare. It is a ... Read on »
Half Marathon Training Schedule by Emily Posted Tue 01 Sep 2009 5:43pm This is my training schedule for the Disney Princess Half Marathon I am running in March, 2010.  I have 27weeks to prepare. Please note the following things about this schedule - the small numbers are miles run, the large numbers are cross-training minutes I am only scheduling 4 days a week, but hope to add 1-2 cross-training sessi ... Read on »
Marathon Training Schedule Starts Monday! by Roni N. Patient Expert Posted Thu 29 Jul 2010 7:52pm I always feel like I have to start these kinds of posts with a bit of a history lesson. I know if I saw some running lunatic post a training schedule like this I’d assume there were always an athlete. At least naturally active and would never suspect they had body image issues or have ever wanted or needed to lose weight. So for long time read ... Read on »
My Marathon Training Schedule by gabdion Posted Thu 13 Jan 2011 2:24pm Over the past three years, many people have asked me about what is involved in marathon training. For some, their inquiries are for the purpose of making a judgement on whether they could or couldn't train themselves, and for others, it's just so they can mock me and laugh at how ridiculous it is to work out so much.  ;-) Typically, my marat ... Read on »
August Beginner Marathon Training Schedule by Chic Runner Patient Expert Posted Mon 11 Aug 2014 7:32pm This is month two for my 26 Strong candidate and she is doing really well! The first month we ramped up her mileage gently and this month we are starting to build on her normal base of her long run being 6 miles. This past weekend she ran 9 miles and though it was difficult at the end, she finished it and told me she was feeling a b ... Read on »
Marathon Training Workout Schedule for the Week by The Healthy Hostess Posted Thu 06 Aug 2009 12:00am This week’s workout schedule was/is as follows: Monday: 5 mile run Tuesday: 60 min. Spinning class Wednesday: 5 mile run/walk with Emily Thursday: 7 mile run Friday: Class at the Gym or Off Day Saturday: 11 mile run with Brady Sunday: 3 mile recovery run October 18th will be here before I know it!! ... Read on »
Training Schedule for Marathon Countdown by Melissa Posted Wed 04 Nov 2009 10:06pm Gosh the marathon is 43 days away (and 20 hours and 20 minutes as I write this).  Part of me is glad to have more time to train and part of me wants to run it tomorrow.  So here is the long run schedule (based on runner’s world complete book of running intermediate training plan): September 20th: 12 miles September 27th - 18-21 m ... Read on »
A Marathon Training Program For Real People With Busy Schedules by bengreenfield Facebook Posted Fri 14 May 2010 12:25am If you are a runner with a goal to run your first marathon or run a PR marathon then you no doubt been exposed to your share of marathon training program advice.  If your years of training and researching about how to train for and run a marathon or how to improve your marathon PR have resulted in frustration, self-doubt, and confusion, then ... Read on »
Training for the next running and juggling marathon by Perry R. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Thu 18 Jun 2009 12:20am Alright, today was supposed to be the start of my next marathon training schedule. Unfortunately, I haven’t had a chance to create it. Well, let me do it today. For the last marathon I followed Hal Higdon’s 18 week Advanced Training I schedule. It was ok but I didn’t achieve the results that [...] Filed under: Joggling, Joggling life, ... Read on »