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Mental tips - when the going gets tough
4 things that happen after the finish line.
“When you think you are done you’re only 40% of what your body is capable of doing. That’s just the limit that we put on ourselves.” – David Goggins Reflect for a moment on this simple question… “What am I capable of?
In the final weeks before your marathon you will be starting to think about the 'taper' phase of your training. The Running Bug guides you through the three week nutritional taper.
The second instalment - things I wish someone had told me before I started this crazy plan. A little more light hearted.
Use the running training calculator at Runner's World to predict your finish times in races, set training methods and paces, and determine you pace over distance.
A specific step-by-step guide on how to strategize and pace the perfect marathon race. Pace calculator included.
How to have a better workout...
Gym sessions made less scary ;-)
Everyone dreams of running the perfect race but not everyone has the drive to work on their running form. That’s a shame, because when it comes to marathon running, form is incredibly important.
The Melbourne Marathon Race Recap.... Getting through the first marathon.
10 top tips to get you into long distance running (and enjoy it!). Vlog.
In the last two weeks before your marathon, ease up on your workouts and begin loading carbohydrates for the big race.
Discover everything about the components of a marathon training schedule. Find a marathon training schedule here or build one yourself.
If this was any other running website, I could tell you to run less, rest more and leave it at that. Keep things simple and everything will work out fine.
A balanced body is a better body. Seek out those cheaters and make them earn their keep!
Mental tricks for a difficult run....
Things that you don't find out about until you start training!
Avoid some of the major ptifalls, and be your best running self!