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Presented by John Stanton
Running Room Training Tips
Week 1: Introduction
Believing in yourself is your first step towards success.
Week 2: Building a Base
What you do today in your training will shape your future.
Week 3: Long Runs
Some runs are tough but as an athlete, prove you’re tougher.
Week 4: Breathing + Running Form
A relaxed, upright posture is the best running position.
Week 5: Run-Walk Combinations of 10:1
Stress and rest is the foundation of all training programs.
Week 6: Benefits of Hill Training
Runners have used hills for decades as a way to increase endurance, strength and speed.
Week 7: Getting the Right Running Shoes
Motion control, Cushioning and Stability Running Shoes.
Week 8: Threshold or Tempo Sessions
Tempo runs are an essential part of your running program.
Week 9: What to Eat when Training
Smart nutrition is variety, moderation and wholesomeness.
Week 10: Speed Training to Prevent Injuries
Speed improves your coordination and the ability to run faster, beyond your current comfort level.
Week 11: Optimizing Your Training
There are various kinds of running that can be used for different purposes.
Week 12: Side Stitch While Running
The common problem may be related to food allergies, particularly milk, gas, or eating just prior to running.
Week 13: Hydration for Runners
Water is the best way.
Week 14: Marathon Surfaces
Most of your workouts should be done on the road to best simulate race conditions.
Week 15: Learning how to Pace Yourself
Listen to your body.
Week 16: Race Day Tips
Stay relaxed and in control of your best performance.
Week 17: Rest + Recovery
Rest is a good four letter word, especially when it is earned.
Week 18: Reaching the Finish Line
Your life changed significantly because you made the choice to run a marathon.
Running bestows a special satisfaction and sense of achievement. Discover how simple and small changes can ultimately have a huge impact on your health, fitness and quality of life. As you progress though the training, you become fitter, have more energy and feel more balanced… Training is not a test but rather a magical journey that will empower you mentally, physically and provide an ‘I can do it’ attitude.