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Archive for January, 2010

23rd January
2010
written by John

In this video I talk about the symptoms of over-training and some simple solutions to prevent you from do this before your next marathon race.

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Thanks,
John
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TheRunnersGuide
Marathon Pace Chart

17th January
2010
written by John

In this video I talk about the two most important training runs for your marathon training. I discuss how often to do long runs for the marathon and incoporate marathon pace runs. I also go over what you should do on the other days.

If you have any questions or topics you would like for me to talk about Email them. Until next time, have a Great Run. Sign up for my newsletter for more tips.
Thanks,
John
Click here to order the Running Stretches and tips DVD.

TheRunnersGuide
Marathon Pace Chart

10th January
2010
written by John

I talk about a tyvek jacket that would be excellent to wear while warming up for a marathon. Sometimes you have to wait a while before the race starts or to get to the starting line. This jacket is excellent because it keeps you dry and warm and it’s cheap. It’s made by www.sportshell.com You can also wear it on your marathon training runs.

If you have any questions or topics you would like for me to talk about Email them. Until next time, have a Great Run. Sign up for my newsletter for more tips.
Thanks,
John
Click here to order theRunning Stretches and tips DVD.

TheRunnersGuide
Marathon Pace Chart

1st January
2010
written by John

My name is John Hopple and welcome to TheRunnersguide.com. I have been running for over 20 years. I ran track and cross country in high school and then went on to be a four time All-American while attending Malone College. After college I competed as a post-collegiate athlete and coached at the high school and college level. I have been very fortunate to be coached and associated with many top coaches in the country. Which includes my college coach Jack Hazen and Joe Vigil who coached 2 Olympic medalists in the 2004 Olympic Games. I have run a 4:09 mile, 29:35 10k and a 2:42 marathon. Currently I am being coached by Matt Woods and training for the masters ranks. I am married and have 2 children who enjoy going to races. I will be sharing marathon training tips to help you with your next marathon.

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