Most typical marathon training plans are 16 to 20 weeks long. During this time, you’ll typically run three to five times a week, increasing your mileage as you get nearer to race day. On the other days, you can cross train, do some low intensity exercise (think yoga or Pilates) and, most importantly, rest your legs, allowing them to fully recover.

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First-timer marathon training plans
Most typical marathon training plans
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First-timer marathon training plans
Most typical marathon training plans are 16 to 20 weeks long. During this time, you'll typically run three to five times a week, increasing your kilometres as you get nearer to race day
Martin Kgaditsi Martin Kgaditsi

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First-timer marathon training plans
Most typical marathon training plans are 16 to 20 weeks long. During this time, you'll typically run three to five times a week, increasing your kilometres as you get nearer to race day
Martin Kgaditsi Martin Kgaditsi

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