In this guest blog post, R.L. shares how he has found “running more” to equal better finishing times.
If you’ve made the climb, why not stay on that plateau or climb even higher?
The “climb” is the elevating of your fitness level while following a marathon training program. It gets you in shape for that 26.2-mile odyssey on race day. But what happens after the marathon is over?
What I Used to Do
I’ve run many marathons (31 to be exact). I often think about how much work I put in just to be ready for one race day. Often I would welcome a break from training in the weeks after the marathon was over. But without a training program to keep me motivated, my mileage went down along with my fitness level that I had worked so hard to achieve.
It really isn’t that logical. I think the following plan makes better sense . . . Continue Reading →