A Marathon Training Schedule You Can Stick With-barcarolle

Exercise It’s really hard to determine a good marathon training schedule, let alone sticking with it. I know all too well the temptations that can lead us astray. It’s that temptation to eat that entire chocolate cake in one sitting. And then there’s the all-too-powerful temptation to spend a whole Saturday in your bed, only getting up when you have to go to the bathroom. Since I am now the voice of experience, I can give you some tips on what you SHOULDN’T do so that you’ll successfully stick with your schedule. It’s very important to remember a few things after you’ve determined your marathon training schedule. – Running your butt off for a few minutes will not substitute jogging for 30 minutes. You have to do all the jogging you’ve got planned on your schedule. – If you have planned to run every weekend for three months, and can’t find the motivation, try what I did. My husband drove the car about three feet in front of me dangling a snickers bar out the window. – When you break in your jogging shoes for the marathon, that means putting them on and running with them. Please put away the meat mallet now. – ‘Choosing a running partner’ means a human, and not a bottle of Jack Daniels. – No, you do not tape your marathon training schedule to your read end in order to stick with it. – When you’re jogging back home and have three miles to go, don’t resort to hitchhiking. – Taking naps in ditches off the side of the road isn’t just a bad idea, and it’s really unsanitary. You can find the motivation for sticking to your running training schedule if you imagine the faces of the other .petitors when you cross the finish line first. Picture them sobbing, screaming, and yelling; pretend to be modest as you’re thinking, "No autographs please, just bask in the glow of the champion!" Have fun with your marathon! About the Author: 相关的主题文章: