Archive for September, 2010

How marathon runners are able to run at least 30 miles per week?

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How marathon runners are able to run at least 30 miles per week?

I know they are strong but how come they did not break their bones. Do they or you just run all day and ignore the pain?


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Endurance Nation – The OutSeason and Season Planning Case Studies

Since bringing on board our latest crew of 100+ members and now with the launch of our OutSeason training plan sales, we’ve been fielding a LOT of season planning questions and discussions. Specifically:

“My head is currently at X, I’m racing Y, when should I start my OutSeason and how/when should I then move to my “InSeason” half or full Ironman training plan?”

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YouTube – #1 – Introduction – Marathon Olympic Trials Training camp

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Endurance Nation – EN OutSeason vs Old Skool Offseason

It’s Fall and time for another annual rewrite of our OutSeason training plans, now in their 7th generation of improvement, and our annual OutSeason Training Plan Sale.

It’s also the season of the recycled, paraphrased training advice that appears in the tri mags year after year as coaches try to catch your attention— by telling you the same advice that everyone else is telling you, Read the rest of this entry

A Checklist of What You Can Expect to Buy For Marathon Training

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Many non-marathoners and newcomers to marathoning believe that the sport requires only a pair of shorts, a pair of socks, and a pair of running shoes.

But the truth is that the sport of marathoning — especially during the training season — requires much more than this.

Here is a checklist of what you need, might need, and might want: Read the rest of this entry

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