Boston Marathon Prep Time

It’s almost GO time.  I still have over 5 months before the gun goes off for the Boston Marathon, but official training starts in one week.  Coach Marc stressed the importance of taking at least a week off before we get started with training so with a bit of resistance, I am taking heed to his advice.  I am actually half looking forward to having some extra time during Thanksgiving week!

Carly in 2012
Carly in 2012
The training plan TrainWithMarc outlined for just me includes the races I will conquer, when I will strength train, when I will hit my peak mileage, and all of my potential workout days.  As scary as all that seems, I am actually looking forward to beginning!  Its always exciting to see if you can push yourself a little faster, a little farther, or just a tiny bit harder the next time around in marathon training.
As training progresses, I will be sure to update you on my good and bad days and hopefully be able to share some realistic goal times for Beantown!  Coach Marc got me to a PR for the last training cycle, so I am hoping with his input and my hard work, we can knock off some more minutes.  (No pressure though)
Thanks Carly!  Can’t wait to start training.  If you or someone you know is running Boston – have them reach out to TrainWithMarc for their customized training plan.

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