How to Run a Marathon
Workout Training Schedules
For the first ten- fourteen weeks go here. Base training schedules  



This page is for the LAST ten weeks.
Above are links to the last 10 weeks of training for each level of runner. 




It is important to note that one should not be a slave to a schedule. If you need Tuesday off instead of Friday, that’s more than okay. If you can only do the long runs on Saturday and not Sunday then adjust the schedule as you see fit. Most importantly, if you are under the weather or if your body seems to be breaking down, then back off. Throw in a few more rest days and a few more easy days. It is better to be 75% fit and 100% injury-free than 100% fit yet injured

 The above links are schedules for each group. Note the above links represent the Projected marathon time finish, not how long the workout is.


Ot you can click the links here.

For marathoners with estimate finish times under 3 hours  W/O under 3 hours

For marathoners with estimate finish times under 4 hours  W/O under 4 hours

For marathoners with estimate finish times under 5 hours  W/O under 5 hours

For marathoners with estimate finish times over 5 hours  W/O over 5 hours
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