Are you training for your
Are you training for your first marathon?
These are my top 10 tips for those that may be training for their first event. Based upon everything I've learnt in the last 6 years, here are some things I wish I knew when training for my first marathon.
thank you for such an informative video.
Thanks for this. Started training for my first full this week. I have 16 weeks, a little freaked out. Great tips.
Thanks so much for this video! I'm actually training for my first marathon right now, I'm in week 6/20 and I'll definitely keep all of your tips in mind! Most of them I've been following so far, but I haven't yet gotten a sports massage. Maybe I'll treat myself to one next month :)
Great video - Would you recommend drinking whey protein shakes at all?
Great advice, thank you ?
How to setup Marathon
How to setup Marathon Training Plan on your Garmin Watch. Easy and quick setup to have the training plan on your watch. There is also 5k, 10k, half marathon and starter plans on the site.
Here is the link to the Garmin Connect site, log in with your Garmin details and follow the instructions in the video. https://connect.garmin.com/modern/
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Any idea why when I click "run" and access "training" my plan is shown there but not on the calendar or coaching widget? Forerunner 645.
Do you recommend the heart based plans or the standard ones?
hi! I ahve been through teh process and chosen a marathon plan. However, despite my watch syncing with the mobile app, the training plan doesn't appear on my watch. Fenix 6s. any ideas?
Brilliant! Would never have figured that out on my own! Thanks Shanebow
Hey, i have just done this - thank you - how do I know day by day what I have i to do?
I havn't used the training programs yet, and I am not sure how to use them?
I see on day one I have to to do 40 mins of cross training, but I read I read that on my laptop, How will i know each day what needs to be done ?
Many of you have already
Many of you have already noticed that I've switched back to the Apple Watch Series 4 from photos and videos I've posted to Instagram. In this video, I talk about the 3 reasons why I've switched back.
Disclosures: I received this smart watch from Nike after running the Chicago Marathon with Nike in 2018. However, they are not paying me to make this video or to use the watch. No one has advised, recommended, or encouraged me to make the switch. No money is exchanging hands. No one knows I am making this video. No one will have any preview of my thoughts or footage until it becomes available on YouTube.
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I definitely get the appeal of the Apple Watch because of how much it can do and do well. However, for me, I actually did want the ability of creating structured workouts like I have done in Garmin Connect for my FR 245M. You have a LOT of flexibility...for some workouts where I want to stick to a strict schedule, I do have the Run and Recovery durations set for either a specific time or distance. On the other hand, you also have the ability to set your Recovery or Rest segment (Recovery is included in the workout tracking, Rest is not) durations also by Lap Button Press. I have my 30 seconds strides workouts set like that, so that if I need more than 1 min. exactly between strides, it stays on the Rest lap until I hit the Lap button to go into the next workout segment.
Ultimately, this gives you a combo of not having to think about duration during the Run segments, flexibility for your Rest segments, and tracking your progress within the overall workout.
Interesting how different needs work for different runners, I had a nike apple watch series 4 for the first 7 months of my running 'journey' using the Nike Run Club app. Once my variation of training increased and became more varied, the apple watch just wasn't doing enough for me (again this is via the NRC app, also tried Strava and wasn't a fan) so I sold it and purchased a Polar Vantage M which for me, is the perfect running watch for where I'm at right now and has made training far easier.
I think you made a good call. There’s so much convenience to the Apple Watch. I personally never looked back after switching from the Apple Watch to the Garmin 235 last year. I had a PR in a race in November and the Apple Watch made a tracking error. Sometimes I still wish I could listen to music/audiobooks/podcasts on my runs, but I think running without those things has a benefit. I still will take the Apple Watch with me on occasion, but I always use my Garmin to track my runs.
Good thing to know about the nike run club app on the Apple Watch is that if you choose a speed run, when you pause it it shows the rest time and how many intervals and such you’ve done.
My own experience with the AW3 is that without the phone in range, the GPS is pretty inaccurate (a recent 15km race became an 18km race on my watch).