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Too late for a Training Schedule for KL Marathon

I'm finally a little 'free' at work that I decided to follow the last week of the 10k training plan, which I think i have done my 2mile/3.2km run yesterday.
So, I'll revise the plan to run for 20 mins on Thurs/Fri.

Obviously it wont work this way. Maximum I ran was just 40 mins, ~5k/3.1miles
Never have I run for 70 mins!!

maybe will just do it on the actual marathon day!
Marathon is not about racing, but it's about self-discipline, endurance and perseverance!

7-Week 10k Training Schedule

Week 1:
Monday - Run 25 minutes, Tuesday - Run 2 miles, Wednesday - Off, Thursday - Run 30 minutes, Friday - Off, Saturday - Run 3 miles, Sunday - Off

Week 2:
Monday - Run 30 minutes, Tuesday - Run 2 miles, Wednesday - Off, Thursday - Run 35 minutes, Friday - Off, Saturday - Run 45 minutes, Sunday - Off

Week 3:
Monday - Run 40 minutes, Tuesday - Run 3 miles, Wednesday - Off, Thursday - Run 40 minutes, Friday - Off, Saturday - Run 4 miles, Sunday - Off

Week 4:
Monday - Run 30 minutes, Tuesday - Run 2 miles, Wednesday - Off, Thursday - Run 35 minutes, Friday - Off, Saturday - Run 60 minutes, Sunday - Off

Week 5:
Monday - Run 3 miles, Tuesday - Run 50 minutes, Wednesday - Off, Thursday - Run 35 minutes, Friday - Off, Saturday - Run 70 minutes, Sunday - Off

Week 6:
Monday - Run 20 minutes, Tuesday - Run 3 miles, Wednesday - Off, Thursday - Run 20 minutes, Friday - Off, Saturday - Run 75 minutes, Sunday - Off

Week 7:
Monday - Run 20 minutes, Tuesday - Run 2 miles, Wednesday - Off, Thursday - Light 20 minute jog, Friday - Off, Saturday - Race Day, Sunday - Off

Comments

crazyyakuzaishi said…
RUN MEIYI RUN....

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