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The training program begins with a long run of eight miles and gradually increases to 20 miles three weeks before the marathon. Previous FIRST marathon training results indicate that runners are able to run a successful marathon running only 3 days a week, following a specific training plan, and cross-training. AUTOGRAPHED 26 MARATHONS. BUY 2 BOOKS FOR $45 or THREE FOR $60! ENTER COUPON “2for45” or “3for60” AT CHECKOUT. Four-time Olympic marathoner Meb Keflezighi shares his lessons on life, family, faith, and running through a reflection on each of the 26 marathons he’s run in his storied career. Enter details for your personal.

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When four-time Olympian Meb Keflezighi ran his final marathon in New York City on November 5, 2017, it marked the end of an extraordinary distance-running career. Meb will be remembered as the only person in history to win both the Boston and New York City marathons as well as an Olympic marathon silver medal.

Meb’s last marathon was also his 26th, and each of those 26 marathons has come with its own unique challenges, rewards, and outcomes for him. Through focused narrative, Meb describes key moments and triumphs that made each marathon a unique learning experience and shows runners–whether recreational or professional–how to apply the lessons he’s learned to their own running and lives.

Chronologically organized by marathon, 26 Marathons offers wisdom Meb has gleaned about life, family, identity, and faith in addition to tips about running, training, and nutrition. Equal parts inspiration and practical advice, this book will provide readers an inside look at the life and success of one of the greatest runners living today.

Training:

Marathon Training

Marathon To Finish—for runners and walkers

How to Train for Marathon by Jeff Galloway

This program is designed for those who have been doing some running or walking for a
few weeks. If you think that you need more conditioning before starting the program, use the “conditioning program.”

Note: This is the minimum that I’ve found necessary to finish with strength. If you are already running/walking more than this amount and are able to recover between workouts, you may continue to do what you are doing—but be careful.

1. I don’t recommend that first-time marathon participants try for a time goal. Do the first one to finish, running/walking at a comfortable training pace.

2. To begin this program, you should have done a long run/walk within the past 2
weeks of at least 3 miles. If your long one is not this long, gradually increase the weekend run/walk to this distance before starting this program.

3. (Runners) What is my current level of performance? Read the chapter in this book on “Choosing The Right Goal…”. After you have run 3-4 “magic miles” (MM), multiply by 1.3. This tells you what you are currently capable of running in a marathon right now (at a very hard effort), when the temperature is 60° F or below and when you have done the long runs listed in the schedule. Even in the marathon itself, I don’t recommend running this fast—run at the training pace that was comfortable for you on your last long runs.

26 Marathons PDF Free Download

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4. (Runners) What pace should I run on the long ones? Take your MM time and multiply
by 1.3. Then add 2 minutes. The result is your suggested long run pace per mile on long runs at 60° F or cooler. It is always better to run slower than this pace.

5. Walkers and runners should pace the long one so there’s no huffing and puffing—even at the end.

6. When the temperature rises above 60° F: runners should slow down by 30 seconds
a mile for every 5 degrees above 60° F on long runs and the race itself. Walkers, slow down enough to avoid huffing and puffing.

7. Run Walk Run ratio should correspond to the pace used (Runners).
8 min/mi—run 4 min/walk 30 seconds
9 min/mi— 2 min run/walk 30 seconds
10 min/mi—-1:30/30
11 min/mi—1:00/30
12 min/mi—-1:00/30 or 40/20
13 min/mi—-30/30
14 min/mi—30/30 or 30/20
15 min/mi—15/30
16 min/mi—10/30

8. Walkers—use the walk-shuffle ratio that works for you to avoid huffing and puffing

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9. It is fine to do cross training on Monday, Wednesday and Friday if you wish. There will be little benefit to your running/walking in doing this, but you’ll increase your fatburning potential. Don’t do exercises like stair machines that use the calf muscle on cross training days.

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10. Be sure to take a vacation from strenuous exercise on the day before your weekend runs/walks.

11. Have fun!

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To Finish – for runners and walkers
WeekMondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFridaySaturdaySunday
1off30 min runoff30 min runeasy walkoff3 miles
2off30 min runoff30 min runeasy walkoff4 miles
3off30 min runoff30 min runeasy walkoff5 miles
4off30 min runoff30 min runeasy walkoff2.5 miles/MM
5off30 min runoff30 min runeasy walkoff6 miles
6off30 min runoff30 min runeasy walkoff3 miles
7off30 min runoff30 min runeasy walkoff7.5 miles
8off30 min runoff30 min runeasy walkoff3 miles/MM
9off30 min runoff30 min runeasy walkoff9 miles
10off30 min runoff30 min runeasy walkoff4 miles
11off30 min runoff30 min runeasy walkoff10.5 miles
12off30 min runoff30 min runeasy walkoff4 miles/MM
13off30 min runoff30 min runeasy walkoff12 miles
14off30 min runoff30 min runeasy walkoff4 miles
15off30 min runoff30 min runeasy walkoff14 miles
16off30 min runoff30 min runeasy walkoff5 miles/MM
17off30 min runoff30 min runeasy walkoff17 miles
18off30 min runoff30 min runeasy walkoff5 miles
19off30 min runoff30 min runeasy walkoff6 miles/MM
20off30 min runoff30 min runeasy walkoff20 miles
21off30 min runof30 min runeasy walkoff6 miles
22off30 min runoff30 min runeasy walkoff6 miles/MM
23off30 min runoff30 min runeasy walkoff23 miles
24off30 min runoff30 min runeasy walkoff6 miles
25off30 min runoff30 min runeasy walkoff7 miles
26off30 min runoff30 min runeasy walkoff26 miles
27off30 min runoff30 min runeasy walkoff7 miles
28off30 min runoff30 min runeasy walkoff6 miles
29off30 min runoff30 min runeasy walkoff7 miles
30off30 min runoff30 min runeasy walkoffMARATHON
31off30 min runoff30 min runeasy walkoff7 miles
32off30 min runoff30 min runeasy walkoff6 miles