A modified Higdon beginner plan. See it here
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Damn it. My browser isn't compatible. Just was curious what your higher weekly mileage will be and when that will occur.
Dude, just follow my plan.
Between your broke ass legs and my broke ass knee we should be good to go by Monkey. And I am actually considering running Chicago for real on 8 weeks of very light training.
Something tells me I might be able to pull off a 3:30 if I don't break from now until then. Am I crazy or just drowning in elitist prick hubrice?
Yes, I do "run in this." So should you. The weather is never as bad as it seems from behind your office or car window.
36 - Week of 9/29
34 - Week of 10/14
35 - Week of 10/27
MTA: Also, the 35 I'm scheduled for this week (cause I pushed my "long" run from last week back a day). Sheesh.
Now that's the spirit, Marcus! Are you hoping for 3:30 in Chicago or at Monkey? Or both?
3:30 at Monkey. Dude.
Alrighty. then maybe we can run together. Let's gun for that pace, and I'll hang with you until I blow up.!
I am running with Tweak and whatever pace she throws out. But you can join us. She's already used to you looking at her ass.
There is a guy at my work who plans on running philly with nothing longer than an 8 mile long run.
Reminds me of '07 Fargo Marathon. My brother-in-law ran it. His longest was 8 miles.
Somewhere around mile 16, I heard somebody say "hi Kelly." No body calls me that besides my family. I look over, and there was my brother-in-law. I thought I had seen a ghost! He was ahead of me the whole time, and I had just finally caught him! And, I was actaually fast back then!
He ended up finishing in like 3:31. DAMN!
Cool. Do you think you might modify as you go along? for reall. I'm assuming there is room to "tweak" things a bit, dependiing on how you feel.
My suggestion, if you have the time and capability, would be to add 8-10 miles onto your total mileage for the weeks of 9/29 and 10/27.
I'll have to live without her ass for a morning, I guess. Just come see me afterwards and tell me how it was and how it bounced and stuff.
How do you keep your feet on the ground, when you know you were born to fly?
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