My Marathon Experience, Part I

By |2019-08-20T11:58:45-04:00June 4th, 2019|Coach Profiles, Training Talk|

By Matt McClintock In December 2018, I ran my first marathon at the California International Marathon which served as the United States Championship for 2018. While walking away with an Olympic Trials Qualifier in 2:18:03 was on the low end of my expectations for the race, the entire experience, from training to racing, provided me [...]

Long-Term Marathon Recovery Tips

By |2024-01-20T16:00:45-05:00October 12th, 2011|Training tips|

How you approach the weeks following your marathon can make a huge difference in your long term health as a runner and when you start training towards a new goal. • First week after race. No running. Hide the shoes, sleep in and enjoy some much-needed rest. It’s important for your long-term progression as a […]

Jack Daniels On Integrating Hill Training Into Your Marathon Plan

By |2024-01-20T15:31:00-05:00March 29th, 2011|Ask Dr. Jack Daniels, Training Talk, Training tips|

Question: I would like to know your recommendation for integrating hill training into a marathon plan. Dr. Jack Daniels: I like to think of hill training as another form of resistance training, and certainly resistance training can benefit a runner.  Resistance training could be hill running, or squats in the gym or circuit training, bounding, […]

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