Another year, another incredible Boston Marathon. The 2017 addition of this incredible race did not disappoint. Six Americans finished in the top 10 which is a feet that hasn’t been accomplished in quite some time. More importantly, it was a beautiful day to celebrate the pinnacle of running and new England’s continued love of long-distance […]
Tag Archives: 26.2
MN Episode 16: Beginner Q & A Mileage, Speed and Pacing
Join Coach Patrick from Marathon Nation (www.marathonnation.us) for another weekly running podcast. This week Coach P goes all beginner with some great user submitted questions. Find out how you should safely become a runner (off the couch) and why 26 miles per week is a better goal than 26 miles on race day. Other topics such […]
Updated 2017 PDF Plans Plus Training Log
It’s been a while since we’ve made updates, but this one is for real. We have been working behind the scenes to improve our training plans by making them easier to read, more useable and more effective.
ATC – Running Q&A – Rules To Pick Your First First Marathon By
Join Coach Patrick from Marathon Nation (www.marathonnation.us) for a discussion on how to pick the best possible first marathon.
Marathon Mile Management – A Primer on Marathon Pacing
Lining up just before starting gun goes off is a moment of extreme tension. Months of training and focus have brought you to the precipice of race day. In a few minutes, your body and mind will be put to the test. You are ready to go, but there’s just one problem: every fiber in […]
Boston and Edinburgh Race Webinars with Coach Patrick
Join Coach Patrick McCrann for two brand new race-specific webinars. Information and registration instructions are below; seats are limited and you are racing in about a week (!) so don’t miss out. ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Marathon Race Execution Webinar: Boston Marathon Edition Join Coach Patrick from Marathon Nation for this race preparation webinar. Patrick is a […]
The Marathon Secret: Your Skill Run, aka It’s Not All Endurance
Running is one thing, but to do it well is something else and to sustain it for 26.2 miles is another story altogether. Poor running form can lead to injury, additional stress on your body, and reduce your ability to use your fitness over time. You must develop–and maintain–good running form if you are going […]