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There is a lot of debate about this issue. But most running experts tell recreational marathoners that it’s not a good idea to run more than 20 miles at one time during training. Running that distance takes a toll on your body. You’ll need a long recovery period, and you run a high risk of getting injured.
Marathon training is no different. A strong 20-21 miler (or a few) is plenty of endurance to get you through 26.2 miles. You can train longer than 20 miles, but be aware that your risk for injury.“Mentally, training to the 20-mile mark can give a runner confidence when heading toward marathon day; physically, it also helps simulate the late miles in the marathon.” If 20 isn’t the.Nothing magical happens at 20 miles in a training run.
What to do – 3 hours 10-20 minutes is as long as you should be out on feet for in your longest run. Any more than that and you risk not.Confidence: Imagine getting to the 20 mile marker in the marathon feeling good and knowing roughly what the last part of the race is going to feel like (because you’ve been there several times in training).
This is what those big long runs will enable you to do. This is a huge difference to arriving at 20 miles and then every step beyond that being further into the unknown.Depending on the research you look at, running over 20 miles does not give you added benefits to your marathon training. One theory is that if you can run 20 miles then you will be able to add 6 more. Those last 6 miles are going to be a mental and physical struggle either way but the fact that the finish line is there in 6 miles eases the burden.
Is the 20-mile long run necessary—particularly if you are a back-of-the-pack runner not likely to finish faster than 5 or 6 hours? I understand that I will need to be out on the course for that length of time in the actual marathon, but running 20 miles in training forces me to lose time which on weekends could be applied to other activities.The “Hanson method” is the stuff in their marathon training book. The reason behind 16 mile maximum long run is that for most non elites a 20 mile (or more) long run will take far too long.
A: Although there are mental benefits to tackling the marathon distance during training, the risks definitely outweigh the benefits. The longer you run beyond 20 miles, the higher the risk for developing injuries, burning out and peaking too soon.So if someone says, “You should never run 20 miles.” or “You must run 20 miles.” Ask them how long that will take. My pro runners would do 20 miles all the time but that only took them just over 2 hours to complete. So telling me that running 2-2.5 hours on a.
The idea of the 20 milers is that they are done on tired legs so as close as you’d get to a marathon run Without jeopardising the rest of the weeks runs. It depends what you want to do scrape round and struggle on the day or do the hard stuff in training and race easy.Turns out research shows that there is very little to be gained for running over 3 hours in training.
The 20 mile goal was standard when most runners training for marathons in the 1970’s were completing their long runs at around an 8 minute mile pace. Back then, the 26.2 distance was reserved for the truly hardcore and elite runners.This is the eternal marathon question.
Ultimately, the length of your long run is determined by your training program. If you’ve built up to 18 miles by this point, jumping to anything longer than 21 will be a real challenge. If you’ve already hit 20 twice, another 20 might be enough while 22 could be too much.
When training for a marathon how many 20+ mile long runs should you do? We decided to ask runners this question while walking around the San Francisco Marathon expo. As.
In the fast finish long run, start by running just the last three to five miles fast and on each successive fast finish long run, increase the distance of the fast part so that 3-4 weeks before your marathon, you run a 20-22 miler with the last 9-12 miles at a faster and faster pace.
List of related literature:
|from Hal Koerner’s Field Guide to Ultrarunning: Training for an Ultramarathon, from 50K to 100 Miles and Beyond|
|from Unbreakable Runner: Unleash the Power of Strength & Conditioning for a Lifetime of Running Strong|
|from Marathon: The Ultimate Training Guide|
|from Hansons Marathon Method: Run Your Fastest Marathon the Hansons Way|
|from Advanced Marathoning|
|from Runner’s World Complete Book of Running: Everything You Need to Run for Weight Loss, Fitness, and Competition|
|from Training Essentials for Ultrarunning: How to Train Smarter, Race Faster, and Maximize Your Ultramarathon Performance|
|from Mental Health Nursing: Applying Theory to Practice|
|from The Art of Scrum: How Scrum Masters Bind Dev Teams and Unleash Agility|
|from Your Best Year Ever: A 5-Step Plan for Achieving Your Most Important Goals|