Training, better late than never

This post was originally laying out, in general, my training regiment that I would use for the Fall Marathon season. That changed with my diagnosis of pneumonia earlier this month. I haven’t ran since 8/13, a week before the first signs of sickness manifested. I haven’t really worked out for 9 days, which was Taekwondo the night before I went to the doctor.

Now that I think the pneumonia is almost 100% gone, I am hoping to jump back into my normally scheduled life on the weekend of Sept 12/13 which will be 10 weeks before Flying Monkey. I’ve lost a good chunk of training time, but I will have to be diligent about training.

The basic skeleton of my training will follow something like this:
Mondays – Utility Day:  Tempo Pace, Taekwondo, and/or Soccer Coaching or Rest Day
Tuesdays – Speed Work
Wednesdays – Tempo Pace /Taekwondo or Rest Day
Thursdays – Hills, Hills, Hills
Fridays – Easy Pace/Taekwondo or Rest Day
Saturdays – Long Run or Tempo Pace depending on schedule
Sundays – Long Run or Tempo Pace depending on schedule

Long Run distances will fluctuate from week to week from 12 – 20 miles. I’ll miss one whole weekend as we will be gone on vacation. I would like to have one long run where I run 20+ miles which I was thinking would be in early October, but I might have to push it back to late October.

After Flying Monkey (11/22), I’ll continue the weekly schedule, with maybe one long run of 24+ in preparation for the Pistol 50k (1/2/16). December, of course, is tricky because of all holiday activities and food, especially the food.

 

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About planet3rry

Marathoner, A Terry of all trades
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