Disney: Glass Slipper

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 TRAINING PLANS Download the 4-Week Introduction to Heart Rate Training as a PDF here; you can begin this optional plan anywhere from one to four weeks before September 11. Grab your Fairy Tale Challenge training plan here; it will open as a PDF. You will begin this 20-week race-focused plan on October 9. STRENGTH ROUTINES [...]

BAMRS or BAMA? Either works. (Roll Tide!) Strava is a free GPS app for your smartphone that logs your runs; if you don't have it, you can download the app here. (You can also download your own GPS data to Strava: so many ways to see your miles!) Once you've completed a run, [...]

Not true in the Train Like a Mother Club. Lucky You! You have two Facebook pages to join: The Facebook page for the Heart Rate-Based Half-Marathon Plans: This is where we'll talk general training questions. Click here to request to join, and we'll let you in! The Disney Challenge Facebook page is where we'll dig [...]

CONNECT TO TRAINING PEAKS We have set up the FAIRY TALE CHALLENGE in Training Peaks, a site that will email you today and tomorrow's workout daily, as well as provide a place for you to download your data. You can create an account for free. (If you want more options for slicing and dicing your data, Training Peaks Premium [...]

We have consolidated many of the workout captions. You can grab them all in one PDF below; we recommend saving them on your phone or printing it out for easy access. SSSC Captions #1-9 BOSU Booty Captions #1-3 Resistance Loops Captions #1-3 Silly Toes: A Super Short, Comprehensive Warm-Up for Every Run (Download a PDF of [...]

In each podcast, Coach MK and Dimity discuss a lesson related to Heart Rate-Based Training; it's best if you listen week-by-week and tune into the week that corresponds to your week of training plans, but if you want to binge listen, we won't judge you. The Train Like a Mother Podcasts are (nearly) everywhere. You [...]

We will have a version of Greg McMillan's pace calculator on the site within a few weeks; for now, please reference the following as tools to help decode your paces. Greg McMillan's Calculator Runner's World Sampling of Pace Calculators Runworks Calculator (takes into account temperature and altitude)