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2012 Goals: No Injuries Run 1000 miles Bayshore Marathon- May Indy Full Marathon-October
I know there are lots of plans out there. Should I just choose one and stretch it out? As of now, I have only run as far as a 5k, so I know I should choose a novice program. Any reccomendations?
" Most of the shadows of this life are caused by our standing in our own sunshine" "Fat is like a Stray Dog, Stop Feeding it, and it will Leave"
2013 Mantra: Shut up and SWEAT...... It will NEVER be easy, but it will ALWAYS be WORTH IT......
"He conquers who endures" - Persius "Every workout should have a purpose. Every purpose should link back to achieving a training objective." - Spaniel
Thanks, Cheffy & Teresa. I think I'm going to go with that plan as well. It looks do-able.
We will support eachother okay?
Good Luck Friend!
Prince of Fatness
Depending on what plan you pick, spend the weeks leading up to it building mileage. Run everything at an easy pace ... think of being able to carry on a conversation. If you were to pick a 16 week plan for example, you would have 8 weeks to build mileage. I looked at your log, and in 8 weeks you could be running 20 or so miles a week. The trick is keeping the pace easy while building mileage. Also, as Jules said, try to get your LR up there. So add the mileage to one or two runs, not every run.
Hope that helps .... good luck.
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