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Welcome to Run the Long Road Coaching

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From the Blog

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pre-training

Happy Memorial Day! It's been 4 weeks since I stopped MAF training and today begins marathon training (officially)!  I plan on doing weekly updates but feel the need to update on the "in between" (if you care) and where I'm headed with marathon training (again, if you care). I'm feeling … [Read More...]

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Truth

I'm #keepingitreal today. This week and next week are "pre-marathon" training weeks.  The only goal of these 2 weeks are to add some speed work back in and acclimate (reacquaint?) myself to higher intensity workouts.  After that I'm doing a traditional 16-week plan. I should be excited.  I'm … [Read More...]

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MAF Training Update (Part II)

I'm feeling rather giddy about yesterday's MAF test.  (What MAF training is and why I'm doing it, see here.) The last time I did a MAF test was in February.  It went OK - I didn't think it was indicative of my progress but you get what you get on testing days.  Then I got sick, didn't run for 2 … [Read More...]

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Fall Plans

Once you put it out there on Facebook, you're committed. Honestly, this makes me very excited.  My last marathon was before I got pregnant (December 2012) so I may as well get back at it. I chose Lehigh Valley Marathon as a last ditch effort for Boston 2016.  I ran it in 2011 and BQ'd so … [Read More...]

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and so it goes…

I'm out for the LOVE Run this coming Sunday.  While this pissed me off last week - mostly because I ran the inaugural race last year and wanted to do it each year - I'm OK with it now. The past 10 weeks have been rough.  I won't bore you with details but I've been sick.  A lot.  An URI in … [Read More...]

MAF Training Update

I've started this post a million times in my head and I'm finally sitting down and putting pen to paper.  I've been training via the MAF method for the past 11 weeks....meaning all my runs have been at my MAF heart rate (i.e., easy).  I've been a diligent student too - no cheating - except for … [Read More...]

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Drinking the Maffetone Kool-Aid

The last time I posted - ages ago - I mentioned doing something different (for me).  After researching, hearing, and reading about the Maffetone method (MAF training) for the past year, I decided to take the plunge. So what is MAF training and why am I doing it? The What Training via the … [Read More...]