Mike KNES Marathon Training Program

Mike KNES Marathon Training Program - hour Run 6 moderate...

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This training program is designed for a runner who is already in decent shape, can run 5 miles without a problem, but who has never ran in a marathon before. The diet will consist of 60% carbohydrates, 30% fats, and 10% proteins, but carbo-loading will occur just before the marathon takes place. Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Week 1 Run 4 miles Run 6 miles Run 2 easy miles, stretching Swim 30 minutes Run 4 moderately paced miles Run 3 easy miles Rest, stretching Week 2 Run 4 miles Run 8 miles Run 2 easy miles, stretch Aerobics class Run 5 moderate miles Run 3 easy miles Rest, stretching Week 3 Run 5 miles Run 9 hard miles Run 2 easy miles, stretch Racquetball at least an hour Run 5 moderate miles Run 3 easy miles Rest, stretching Week 4 Run 5 miles Run 10 hard miles Run 2 easy miles, stretch Boxing at least an
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Unformatted text preview: hour Run 6 moderate miles Run 3 easy miles Rest, stretching Week 5 Run 5 miles Run 10 hard miles Run 2 easy miles, stretch Tennis at least an hour Run 6 moderate miles Run 3 easy miles Rest, stretching Week 6 Run 5 miles Run 12 hard miles Run 2 easy miles, stretch Play basketball at least an hour Run 6 moderate miles Run 3 easy miles Rest, stretching Week 7 Run 5 miles Run 12 hard miles Run 2 easy miles, stretch Jump rope workout Run 6 moderate miles Run 3 easy miles Rest, stretching Week 8 Run 5 miles Run 15 hard miles Run 2 easy miles, stretch Boxing at least an hour Run 6 moderate miles Run 3 easy miles Rest, stretching Week 9 Run 5 miles Run 10 moderate miles Run 2 easy miles, stretch Swim 30 minutes Run 6 moderate miles Run 3 easy miles Rest, stretching...
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course KNES 132N taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Maryland.

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