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Marathon Training Schedules - Running & Jogging - About.com
Whether you're a first-timer or a veteran marathoner aiming for a personal record, we've got marathon training plans for you to help you reach your goal.
Run/Walk Marathon Training Schedule
This 20-week marathon training program is designed to help you run/walk to the finish line of your marathon (26.2 miles). To start this plan, you should have ...
Advanced Beginner Marathon Race Training Schedule
Jun 16, 2014 ... This 20-week training schedule is geared toward advanced beginner runners who can run four miles comfortably and can run four to five days ...
Training to Walk a Marathon - Walking - About.com
Jun 15, 2014 ... Do you want to walk a marathon? Here is our complete guide to training for and walking a 26.2 mile marathon.
Marathon Training and Running Tips - Running & Jogging - About.com
Jun 30, 2014 ... Ready to train for and run a marathon? Here's advice for beginner runners about marathon training and running, from training schedules to ...
Intermediate Schedule for Marathon Training - Running & Jogging
May 16, 2014 ... This 18-week marathon training schedule is geared toward intermediate runners.
22 Week Marathon Training Schedule for Beginners
May 16, 2014 ... This simple marathon training schedule gives beginner runners two more weeks than the 20-week marathon program for beginners. To start it ...
Half Marathon Advanced Training Program - Running & Jogging
If you're an experienced runner and you're hoping to take your half marathon training to the next level, use this 12-week training schedule to help you run a ...
Beginner Marathon Training Schedule
May 16, 2014 ... Congratulations on your decision to train for your first marathon! This training schedule (see table below) is perfect for a beginner runner and a ...
Why is My Longest Marathon Training Run 20 Miles?
Jun 30, 2014 ... "I'm training for my first marathon and I was surprised to see on my training schedule that my longest training run is only 20 miles. Shouldn't I be ...