To run a marathon in 4 hours and 30 minutes, you need to run a 10:18 minute pace. Sounds simple enough, right? Wrong. Anyone who’s run a marathon before knows that you can’t count on being able to hold your regular pace for 26 miles. It’s hard enough just completing the distance, let alone pushing yourself to maintain a certain pace.
If you’ve been looking to run a sub 4:30 marathon, this training plan is for you. This marathon training plan will help you break 4:30 in your next marathon with ease! Complete with weekly speed workouts including tempo runs, race pace miles, and plenty of intervals. The intervals are strategically scheduled to push your body to challenging paces and allow for proper recovery.
This marathon training plan includes a detailed breakdown of all the speed workouts and long run tempo miles you’ll need to get you to a sub 4:30 marathon. It includes 20 weeks of training, with 4 runs per week. Conquer your bucket list goals confidently with this training plan!