26.2: CRUSH THE DISTANCE:2017 Races

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    26.2: CRUSH THE DISTANCE

    Here are the registration dates and waves for 2017 Marathon Program.

    This 18-week marathon plan, presented by our friends at Nuun, is designed for injury-free runners who have run at least one marathon in the last three years and are looking to nail a brand-new PR. This plan isn't for the faint at heart; some days, you will definitely need to dig deep and shovel in some badass #motherrunner grit to get it done, but when you do, you will be rewarded on race day with legs that are crazy strong and able to tackle the distance with a vigor that surprises you.

    On this plan, you’ll do nine runs that are 15 or more miles long, including three 20-milers. If that sounds intense, well, it is. But if you are an injury-free recent marathoner and fired up are committed to 18 weeks of focus on 26.2, you are ready. Better yet? This program supports and guides you every step.We do our best to make sure you stay injury-free, providing short strength-training routines, a prehab routine, a mandatory weekly rest day, as well as a cross training or optional rest day at least once a week.

    Over 18 weeks, you’ll have plenty of time to build, adapt, and be prepped to crush your next marathon with heart-pumping pride.

    The race-specific plan is 18 weeks, and you will also receive a four-week Marathon Holding Plan, which you can use while waiting for your training wave to take off.

    BIGGEST WEEK OF TRAINING: 48 miles LONGEST LONG RUN DISTANCES: Three 20-milers, one 18 miler, and two 16’ers. CROSS TRAINING + STRENGTH TRAINING INCLUDED? One weekly workout is your choice: cross training or a rest day. There are SSSC's (super short strength circuits) three times weekly, as well as a pre-hab routine Coach Amanda designed. You don't need anything but your body weight for all strength training.

    NUMBER OF RUNS WEEKLY: Typically five, with a few at four.

    FIRST AND WORST (HARDEST) WEEKS: 26-2-crush-distance-first-worst Not seeing your wave? Here are the registration dates and waves for 2017 Marathon Program. If your wave has already passed, please email us at [email protected] and we can work it out.
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    Hydrate with Nuun 26.2

    26.2: CRUSH THE DISTANCE

    Here are the registration dates and waves for 2017 Marathon Program.

    This 18-week marathon plan, presented by our friends at Nuun, is designed for injury-free runners who have run at least one marathon in the last three years and are looking to nail a brand-new PR. This plan isn't for the faint at heart; some days, you will definitely need to dig deep and shovel in some badass #motherrunner grit to get it done, but when you do, you will be rewarded on race day with legs that are crazy strong and able to tackle the distance with a vigor that surprises you.

    On this plan, you’ll do nine runs that are 15 or more miles long, including three 20-milers. If that sounds intense, well, it is. But if you are an injury-free recent marathoner and fired up are committed to 18 weeks of focus on 26.2, you are ready. Better yet? This program supports and guides you every step.We do our best to make sure you stay injury-free, providing short strength-training routines, a prehab routine, a mandatory weekly rest day, as well as a cross training or optional rest day at least once a week.

    Over 18 weeks, you’ll have plenty of time to build, adapt, and be prepped to crush your next marathon with heart-pumping pride.

    The race-specific plan is 18 weeks, and you will also receive a four-week Marathon Holding Plan, which you can use while waiting for your training wave to take off.

    BIGGEST WEEK OF TRAINING: 48 miles LONGEST LONG RUN DISTANCES: Three 20-milers, one 18 miler, and two 16’ers. CROSS TRAINING + STRENGTH TRAINING INCLUDED? One weekly workout is your choice: cross training or a rest day. There are SSSC's (super short strength circuits) three times weekly, as well as a pre-hab routine Coach Amanda designed. You don't need anything but your body weight for all strength training.

    NUMBER OF RUNS WEEKLY: Typically five, with a few at four.

    FIRST AND WORST (HARDEST) WEEKS: 26-2-crush-distance-first-worst Not seeing your wave? Here are the registration dates and waves for 2017 Marathon Program. If your wave has already passed, please email us at [email protected] and we can work it out.
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    marathon program

    26.2: GO THE DISTANCE

    Here are the registration dates and waves for 2017 Marathon Program.

     This marathon plan, sponsored by our friends at Nuun, is designed for runners looking to tackle their first 26.2—or somebody who is coming back from an injury, a pregnancy, or is more interested in finishing the marathon than racing the marathon. We'll ease you into the distance but we're not gonna lie: Training for a marathon is a big deal. This plan makes the path seem manageable. (Sorta like bagged salads make veggies at dinner doable.) Training to cover 26.2 miles requires consistency and commitment, especially on the weekly long runs.

    On this plan, you’ll do six runs that are 15 or more miles long, which will hone your mental toughness as surely as it does your calf muscles. Don’t let that freak you out though: we’ll support and guide you every step so you can, you know, go the distance. We also do our best to make sure you stay injury-free, providing short strength-training routines, a prehab routine, and a cross-training day at least once a week.

    Over 18 weeks, you’ll have plenty of time to build, adapt, and be prepped to finish a marathon with heart-pumping pride.

    THE PREREQS: Before stepping up to this plan, mother runners should have logged at least 12 months of week-in, week-out running, along with some experience toeing the starting line of a race or two. Finishing a half-marathon isn’t a firm prereq, but having done so is definitely helpful. At a minimum, you should be able to currently run eight miles comfortably and have no injuries. BIGGEST WEEK OF TRAINING: 37-39 miles LONGEST LONG RUN DISTANCES: One 16-18 miler, one 18, one 18-20 miler, one straight-up 20 miler. CROSS TRAINING + STRENGTH TRAINING INCLUDED? One or two weekly workouts are your choice: cross training or a rest day. There are (non-optional) SSSC's (super short strength circuits) three times weekly, as well as a prehab routine Coach Amanda designed. You don't need anything but your body weight for all strength training.

    NUMBER OF RUNS WEEKLY: Typically four, with a few at five. (The fifth is short, and often optional.)

    FIRST AND WORST (HARDEST) WEEK: 26-2-go-distance-firstworst

    Not seeing your wave? Here are the registration dates and waves for 2017 Marathon Program. If your wave has already passed, please email us at [email protected] and we can work it out.

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    Hydrate with Nuun 26.2

    26.2: GO THE DISTANCE

    Here are the registration dates and waves for 2017 Marathon Program.

     This marathon plan, sponsored by our friends at Nuun, is designed for runners looking to tackle their first 26.2—or somebody who is coming back from an injury, a pregnancy, or is more interested in finishing the marathon than racing the marathon. We'll ease you into the distance but we're not gonna lie: Training for a marathon is a big deal. This plan makes the path seem manageable. (Sorta like bagged salads make veggies at dinner doable.) Training to cover 26.2 miles requires consistency and commitment, especially on the weekly long runs.

    On this plan, you’ll do six runs that are 15 or more miles long, which will hone your mental toughness as surely as it does your calf muscles. Don’t let that freak you out though: we’ll support and guide you every step so you can, you know, go the distance. We also do our best to make sure you stay injury-free, providing short strength-training routines, a prehab routine, and a cross-training day at least once a week.

    Over 18 weeks, you’ll have plenty of time to build, adapt, and be prepped to finish a marathon with heart-pumping pride.

    THE PREREQS: Before stepping up to this plan, mother runners should have logged at least 12 months of week-in, week-out running, along with some experience toeing the starting line of a race or two. Finishing a half-marathon isn’t a firm prereq, but having done so is definitely helpful. At a minimum, you should be able to currently run eight miles comfortably and have no injuries. BIGGEST WEEK OF TRAINING: 37-39 miles LONGEST LONG RUN DISTANCES: One 16-18 miler, one 18, one 18-20 miler, one straight-up 20 miler. CROSS TRAINING + STRENGTH TRAINING INCLUDED? One or two weekly workouts are your choice: cross training or a rest day. There are (non-optional) SSSC's (super short strength circuits) three times weekly, as well as a prehab routine Coach Amanda designed. You don't need anything but your body weight for all strength training.

    NUMBER OF RUNS WEEKLY: Typically four, with a few at five. (The fifth is short, and often optional.)

    FIRST AND WORST (HARDEST) WEEK: 26-2-go-distance-firstworst

    Not seeing your wave? Here are the registration dates and waves for 2017 Marathon Program. If your wave has already passed, please email us at [email protected] and we can work it out.

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