HalHigdon’s Marathon Training, week 8, day 4by
as you would imagine it would be. Probably my most painful run ever.
I ran this one about an hour and a half earlier... to how freaking stubborn I can be. I gritted my teeth and grinded it out for over an hour and a half.
HalHigdon’s Marathon Training, week 4, day 4by
run over an hour and a half. I had to peel that thing off of me when I got home.
The temperature... and half minutes off my pace at the 20 minute marker. I did OK from there until about the 60 minute mark...
HalHigdon’s Marathon Training, week 12, day 4by
With all these things going on this run was pretty easy. I feel really good right now. My halfmarathon is less then four weeks away and I’m super confident about that. The marathon is still going to be a challenge...
HalHigdon’s Marathon Training, week 12, day 2by
. I thought a 30 minute run was damn near impossible. A year and a half later that’s a warmup. I can’t imagine... with this marathon. It seems so impossible. Each of my long runs is more depressing then the last. Maybe in 18 months...
RunnerDude Chats with HalHigdonby
next for HalHigdon?
Hal: With the success of my novel, Marathon, I’m wondering now what to do for an encore...
When you think of race training plans, more than likely the name HalHigdon will come to mind...