Discover The Solution To Your Biggest Marathon Training Challenge (Even if You’ve Looked Everywhere and Haven’t Been Able to Find an Answer!)
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Personalized Training Plans for Middle Age Runners

Discover The Solution To Your Biggest Full & 1/2 Marathon Training Challenge (Even if You’ve Looked Everywhere and Haven’t Been Able to Find an Answer!)
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How to remain injury free during your marathon training

How To Stay Injury Free

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Marathon training schedule

I Need More Information On How To Train For My Race

I want to get faster or need help training for my first marathon, I need

How to stay motivated during training

Help Me Stay Motivated To Continue Training

I have an upcoming race, but I’m having a hard time staying on my plan. I need help

Marathon training workouts for busy people

Don't Have Much Time

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Featured Section #1 – Injury Prevention

4 Great Ways To Avoid Running Injuries

Last year when I surveyed hundreds of runners who visit middleagemarathoner.com, to no surprise, I found that injuries were the biggest obstacle faced by middle age runners. Coach Greg McMillan is currently conducting his own survey and he shared with me that his...

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Featured Section #2 – Marathon Training

Featured Section #3 – Staying Motivated

How successful distance runners stay motivated

Training for and then successfully completing a race is a fantastic achievement.  Regardless of age, reaching your goal time, getting to the starting line healthy or simply finishing the race can make you feel so accomplished.  This is because of all the hard work...

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Featured Section #4 – Training for Busy Runners

Finding Time to Run Really Means Making Time

For many runners, one of the most common challenges impeding their ability to train for a long race such as a 10k or especially a marathon, is simply finding the time to workout.  Following are some tips that my clients use to make running and exercising a habit. If...

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5 Marathon Training Tips for Busy Professionals

Marathon training can be difficult for professionals with commitments like weekly travel and 10+ hour work days. If you add family commitments that fill nights and weekends, it may seem that it’s nearly impossible to complete a 12-20 week marathon training plan. I...

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Featured Section #5 – Nutrition for Runners

Sweating the Small Stuff: Electrolytes

 By Nuun Guest Blogger Jesse Kropelnicki of The Core Diet. Even if you have never had a “cramping problem” in the past, neglecting electrolytes in training and racing could be compromising your results. Just like you wouldn’t wait until you were dehydrated to drink...

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Nutrition Tips for Runners

Why is nutrition so critical to my success as a runner?  Fortunately, my wife is a registered dietitian.  She helps me maintain the proper balance of foods to help me thrive as a fit, healthy person.   Although I see so many overweight and out of condition people,...

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Featured Section #6 – Product Reviews

Why I switched from Garmin to Polar M400

I’ve been training for the Portland Marathon with the Polar M400 GPS Running Watch for the last 7 weeks.  For the last 6 years, I have been using the Garmin 110 Forerunner.  In this article, I will discuss the features of the M400 that I have put to test, how they...

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How to recover quickly and feel energized

What’s the best way to recover from a hard workout?  If you’re training for an upcoming race, the need to quickly recover from your latest hard workout so you can get on to the next one is very important. Proper nutrition, light stretching and a hot shower are not...

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