Marathon Training Plans

DON’T GET LOST IN THE CROWD!

Boston Marathon

We can help you train for a marathon.  Read on……..

Congratulations! You’ve decided that you want to run a marathon.  Now what?  It’s easy to promise yourself that you’ll run at least one marathon in your lifetime.  However, how do you follow through on that promise? Figuring out how to start training and what kind of training is best is a huge obstacle for most.

We want you to finish your race strong, happy, and injury free.

Training for and finishing a 26.2 mile race isn’t easy.  Especially if it’s your first marathon or if you ran one before, but the results were not what you expected.  If you’re inexperienced or don’t know what you’re doing, you can get hurt or you simply won’t get yourself properly prepared for the big day and you’ll be setting yourself up for more disappointment.

Avoid the 8 most common marathon training mistakes

Many people training for a marathon get hurt, sick or simply don’t reach their goal because they unknowingly make some common training mistakes.  Training for a marathon involves much more than logging a bunch of miles.  If you’re not sure what else to do besides running or how you should mix up your training, don’t panic, we can help you.

With our comprehensive marathon training plans, you will get to the starting line healthy, strong and ready on your big day.

Starting Line

Our training plans will get you to the starting line confident and prepared for a great race

We’ve got complete marathon plans for runners of various experience/skill levels:

Training Plan for Beginner Runners

Beginner’s Plan

Our beginner’s plan is perfect for 1st time marathoners.  If you’ve just started running and need a simple to follow program, we’ll get you going and lead you through the entire process.  Initially we’ll help you build a running base which will get you to a level where you can easily run 4-6 miles at a time at least 3 days per week. After you establish your base, we’ll launch you on a 20 week schedule.

From your first runs to finishing the marathon, this comprehensive plan will help you complete your goal.

This Program Includes: Downloadable/Printable Daily Training Schedule, Nutrition Advice, Cross-Training Workouts Checklist, Detailed Explanation of Terms & more.

 

Marathon Training Plan for Intermediate Runners

Intermediate Plan

Our intermediate runner’s plan is ideal for people who have run 1-2 marathons, but are looking to improve their time or simply be better prepared for the race.  To use this plan, you should have run at least one previous marathon, be currently running at least 20-25 miles per week, be able to comfortably run 8 miles and devote approximately 7-10 hours per week to your training.  This is a 20-week plan

This Program Includes: Downloadable/Printable Daily Training Plan, Nutrition Advice, Cross-Training Workouts Checklist, Detailed Explanation of Terms & more.

 

 

Distance running info

Advanced Plan

Our advanced runner’s plan is still in progress.  This plan is for runners who have run multiple marathons and are attempting to break 3:00 hrs. To use this plan, you should have completed a marathon in the last year, be currently running at least 30 – 35 miles per week, be able to comfortably run 10+ miles and devote approximately 9-12 hours per week to your training.

This Program Includes: Downloadable/Printable Daily Training Plan, Nutrition Advice, Cross-Training Workouts Checklist, Detailed Explanation of Terms & more.