Run a Marathon in One Year: A Long-term Training Schedule for Beginners
The truth is, no matter how tall, short, skinny, or bulky you are… with the correct training plan and consistency, you will be able to train for a marathon in less than one year while learning lessons that you can apply to the rest of your life. Long-term running goals, however, are the bigger goals you want for the future that take notably longer to achieve because they’re significantly loftier and more complex. To effectively achieve them, long-term running goals require:
- Hard work
- Careful planning
There’s a saying that’s well-suited to anyone who wants to achieve their long-term goals: “keep your eyes on the prize”.SHOWNOTES:
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