You guys have been asking me to do a Q&A video for some time now, so here goes…! I asked our Facebook audience for questions and a couple of recurring topics were running technique and marathon training, particularly regarding ‘junk miles’. In today’s video I discuss these two topics in a little more detail.
I’ve been lucky enough to get a slot at next year’s Brighton Marathon. As you know from our previous conversations, I’ve completed a few marathons but feel this time I’d like to make an effort to run sub 3:30 and to potentially use this then as a springboard to achieving a Boston qualifying time in the future.
In this excerpt from The Art and Science of Triathlon lecture series, Mark discusses the importance of, and rationale behind building an aerobic base first, then adding speed training…
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