We are quickly closing in on October 15, with only 7 weeks left from this Sunday. We’ve seen a large increase across social media via the #melbmara of our competitors training hard, dealing with injuries, and working towards their individual running goals.
STEVE MONEGHETTI IS BACK
Steve’s checking in to see how your training is going, as well as to provide tips on how to prevent injuries in the lead up to October 15.
Training not going well? Need some extra guidance?
Thanks to the efforts of Steve Moneghetti, 4-time Olympian and Australian running champion, training plans are still available and are tailored to your individual skill and ability levels.
The programs consist of numerous different session with varied distances, speeds and tempos:
- The Beginner Marathon Training Plan is designed for those still in the learning stage, train for the Medibank Melbourne Marathon with this beginner-level training plan.
- The Intermediate Marathon Training Plan is designed to work for runners at an intermediate level, confident in their abilities but still working towards greater race lengths and distances.
- The Half Marathon Training Plan is designed to work for both beginners and runners at an intermediate level who are training for the Half Marathon at the Medibank Melbourne Marathon Festival.
Choose the plan to suit your fitness levels and goals:
ASICS TRAINING SERIES
In addition to these 12-week plans, ASICS has designed a 10-week program to prepare runners for the half and full marathon distances. Commencing from Sunday 6th August 2017, there will be two weekly training sessions on Wednesdays and Sundays with expert running coaches to help you prepare for your big day.
Each session will feature 4 different run groups, to cater to varying goals and fitness abilities. Click here to view the schedule outlining the distance and pace for each race group. These sessions are free for anyone to join, and there’s no need to RSVP to attend.