Training Guidelines

  1. Consult your GP, if you have any doubts, stating your intentions before commencing your training.
  2. Start off slowly and cautiously. You may be intending to walk or jog your way around the marathon so be prepared to walk or jog during training. Vary your running surface.
  3. On long runs drink water before you run, and sip water during the run.
  4. Eat a well balanced sensible diet. Increase the carbohydrate content with rice, pasta, bread and potatoes.
  5. Wear the right shoes for you. Go to a runners shop and seek advice. By the time of the marathon you need a pair of comfortable shoes that are not worn out.
  6. Wear a kit that is comfortable. Don’t wear it from new – wear it/wash it before you run in it. If your nipples rub use plasters or Vaseline.
  7. If you pick up an injury then stop. RICE! Rest, Ice, Compression and Elevation. Don’t start back too early with your training

Training Programme

If you’re reading this then you’ve decided or may be considering to take on a challenge that will have a positive impact on every aspect of your life!

Just like you most of us have struggled and felt the frustration of not getting what we’ve wanted out of an event or a training session because we’ve either underprepared or simply pushed it that 1% too far too often.

How do I find the correct training regime that will specifically work for me?

We recommend starting with a structured plan and working alongside Lisa Tamati and Neil Wagstaff at Running Hot Coaching, you’ll be able to learn all you need to know, in a structured and scientific way to ensure that not only will you achieve your goal but that you will do it knowing that you can avoid injury and finish strong.

They will be with you all the way to the start line.

Get started now and download your FREE Running Hot Coaching training plan to help you get started the right way.

Half Marathon Training Plan

Marathon Training

Possible runs around New Plymouth