Plan Your Marathon Preparation

Plan Your Marathon Preparation

5 Day Challenge Replays

Day 1: Are you adapting to your training? Plus let’s set some goals

Are you adapting to your training? Take time out to do a self-assessment and see where to target your training. But that’s not all – let’s set some goals too! It’s important to set realistic targets so you can track your progress and stay motivated. Download the self-assessment HERE. Download the Plan Your Marathon Preparation Worksheet HERE. You will need to make a copy to save to your google drive.

Day 2: Marathon Run Training

We cover

  • How to structure your marathon run training to build endurance and speed with less injuries/fatigue even if you are short on time
  • Strategies for building up your long run so you are prepared to run the distance
  • Long run/race day pacing so you finish feeling good and don’t overcook yourself

Day 3: Strength Training For Marathoners

We cover

  • What movements to focus on to build your muscle capacity effectively
  • Strategies for fitting it in around life so you get it done
  • How to plan your strength training around your run training so your body has enough time to recover, adapt and you can hit your run paces

Day 4: Fuelling Your Long Runs and Race Day Nutrition

I cover  

  • fuelling your long runs to maintain energy, sustain a good pace, and avoid any gut distress.
  • different fuelling options to keep you going during those challenging long runs.
  • tips on how to effectively fuel for optimal recovery, ensuring you’re fully ready for your next run sessions.


Day 5: Pulling it all together

I cover how you can feel 110% ready for your marathon, show up feeling great, not burnt out and just feeling healthy.

I’ll help you to create a specific personalised running roadmap to achieve your marathon goals that fits you like,

  1. A personalised training plan that focuses on the pillars of marathon success, improving how your body and muscles utilise oxygen, training both aerobic (endurance) and anaerobic (speed) energy systems and building muscular/ structural strength to run with less injuries.
  2. Schedule your program to ensure you are progressing (even if you are short on time), recovering when your body needs to adapt and reach your peak and when to train so we’re not hitting an overtrained, and over fatigued zone before race time. Or worse be set back 2 weeks from fatigue or injuries.
  3. Your daily and race day nutrition as a plant-based runner so you have the energy to hit your paces and recover for your next run session
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