Grn Mchn Multisports Marathon Plan (Advanced) 22 Weeks

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Grn Mchn Multisports Marathon Plan (Advanced) 22 Weeks

Author

Daniel Szajta

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Length

22 Weeks

Typical Week

2 Strength, 3 Other, 6 Run

Longest Workout

26.2 miles

Plan Specs

running marathon advanced hr based

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Summary

Thank you for considering a training plan written by the expert coaches of Grn Mchn Multisports. This plan was designed to guide athletes through HR training in preparation for a MARATHON distance race. Please consult your physician to ensure you're healthy enough to take on this endeavor. Grn Mchn Multisports, LLC is not responsible for any injury, illness, or over-training incurred by following a plan without the guidance of a coach.

We HIGHLY recommended contacting our coaches for Threshold HR testing to help establish HR zones that are referenced throughout this plan. We have developed our own zones, which may or may not line up with zones you have established through your own methods. Email us at grnmchnmultisports@gmail.com for a copy of the strength log this plan references or if you have any questions.

Good luck and Giddy up!

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About Grn Mchn Multisports:
Grn Mchn Multisports was born out of the belief that quality coaching should be accessible to all athletes.

Since training without goals is merely exercising, every prescribed workout has a goal and purpose. We believe that long term success is only achieved when an athlete is patient, diligent, and consistently following a purposely written plan. Our plans prioritize development of the aerobic system, race specific energy management and injury prevention. We also believe there's more than one way to build durability. We find it safest to apply the majority of the intensity on the bike. Runners love their MEGA long runs, but we have kept our athlete's exposure to injury at a minimum through the use of frequent runs and split long runs. Our main principle of consistency is tarnished if an athlete is sidelined with an injury.

Our results speak louder than any words. Catch up with our training team to see what our athletes are up to. Grn Mchn Multisports athletes are quick to support one another and we are stronger as a unit than a bunch of individuals. If you wish to become part of this family, feel free to reach out.

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Average Weekly Breakdown
Average Weekly Training Hours: 08:59
Training Load By Week
Average Weekly Training Hours: 08:59
Average Weekly Breakdown

Dan Szajta

Grn Mchn Multisports, LLC

Grn Mchn Multisports was born out of the belief that quality coaching should be accessible to all athletes. We aim to provide balance between the appealing price of a "cookie-cutter" coaching system and the fortune that many athletes dump into custom coaching.

With Grn Mchn Multisports, you can rest assured that your season plan was hand-crafted to your specific needs as an athlete. We sit down with all of our athletes to develop a game plan for each major racing phase of the year.

Sample Day 1

0:30:00
Adaptation Phase Lift

There is no warm-up required for each exercise since the rep range is very high and therefore relatively light weights are used.

Rest time between sets needs only to be about 1.5 minutes. Overall, each workout should only take about 30-40 minutes.

Take all your perceptions about lifting and put them out of your mind. Use VERY LIGHT weights, and focus on using proper form. No seriously, super light weights. Roughly 30% of what you would use if you were lifting for strength.

There will be plenty of time to lift heavy weights during the MAX strength phase. The ADAPTATION phase is just preparing your body to lift heavy eventually. Your focus should be on stretching the soft tissue, just going through the motions. You should not be sore as a result of these workouts nor should the weight you're using be anything remotely near what you would lift in a normal session.

Do not rush, the workout duration is a general guideline.
Record your results in your strength log.

Sample Day 2

0:53:00
Z1 Run

Your warm up period should take roughly 5 minutes, building from ZR, up through the gray area and to the bottom of Z1.

Work your way from the lower end of Z1 to the upper end of Z1, steadily, throughout the duration of the workout.

For single energy zone runs, like this, please set your watch to auto-lap every mile.

*If the workout is 60 minutes or longer, insert 30 second pickup every 30 minutes as: 10 seconds gradually getting up to speed, 10 seconds maintaining speed, 10 seconds returning to initial speed.

Sample Day 3

0:30:00
Adaptation Phase Lift

There is no warm-up required for each exercise since the rep range is very high and therefore relatively light weights are used.

Rest time between sets needs only to be about 1.5 minutes. Overall, each workout should only take about 30-40 minutes.

Take all your perceptions about lifting and put them out of your mind. Use VERY LIGHT weights, and focus on using proper form. No seriously, super light weights. Roughly 30% of what you would use if you were lifting for strength.

There will be plenty of time to lift heavy weights during the MAX strength phase. The ADAPTATION phase is just preparing your body to lift heavy eventually. Your focus should be on stretching the soft tissue, just going through the motions. You should not be sore as a result of these workouts nor should the weight you're using be anything remotely near what you would lift in a normal session.

Do not rush, the workout duration is a general guideline.
Record your results in your strength log.

Sample Day 4

0:53:00
Z1 Run

Your warm up period should take roughly 5 minutes, building from ZR, up through the gray area and to the bottom of Z1.

Work your way from the lower end of Z1 to the upper end of Z1, steadily, throughout the duration of the workout.

For single energy zone runs, like this, please set your watch to auto-lap every mile.

*If the workout is 60 minutes or longer, insert 30 second pickup every 30 minutes as: 10 seconds gradually getting up to speed, 10 seconds maintaining speed, 10 seconds returning to initial speed.

Sample Day 5

0:30:00
Adaptation Phase Lift

There is no warm-up required for each exercise since the rep range is very high and therefore relatively light weights are used.

Rest time between sets needs only to be about 1.5 minutes. Overall, each workout should only take about 30-40 minutes.

Take all your perceptions about lifting and put them out of your mind. Use VERY LIGHT weights, and focus on using proper form. No seriously, super light weights. Roughly 30% of what you would use if you were lifting for strength.

There will be plenty of time to lift heavy weights during the MAX strength phase. The ADAPTATION phase is just preparing your body to lift heavy eventually. Your focus should be on stretching the soft tissue, just going through the motions. You should not be sore as a result of these workouts nor should the weight you're using be anything remotely near what you would lift in a normal session.

Do not rush, the workout duration is a general guideline.
Record your results in your strength log.

Sample Day 6

0:54:00
Z1 Run

Your warm up period should take roughly 5 minutes, building from ZR, up through the gray area and to the bottom of Z1.

Work your way from the lower end of Z1 to the upper end of Z1, steadily, throughout the duration of the workout.

For single energy zone runs, like this, please set your watch to auto-lap every mile.

*If the workout is 60 minutes or longer, insert 30 second pickup every 30 minutes as: 10 seconds gradually getting up to speed, 10 seconds maintaining speed, 10 seconds returning to initial speed.

Sample Day 7

1:08:00
Z1 Long Run

Start at the bottom of Z1, raising your HR gently to reach zone. The warm up period shouldn't take more than 5 minutes. Work your way from the lower end of Z1 to the upper end of Z1, steadily, throughout the duration of the workout.

For single energy zone runs, like this, please set your watch to auto-lap every mile.

*If the workout is 60 minutes or longer, insert 30 second pickup every 30 minutes as: 10 seconds gradually getting up to speed, 10 seconds maintaining speed, 10 seconds returning to initial speed.

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