Training Schedule

I’m training for the P.F. Chang’s Rock ‘n’ Roll Arizona Marathon on Sunday, January 16, 2011 with Team in Training. Running a marathon is a life long goal for me, so raising money to support an organization like Team in Training is just icing on the cake!

Please stop back from time-to-time to see my progress. I will link my blog posts to the appropriate training day below.

Week of August 15

Week of August 22

Week of August 29

Week of September 5

Week of September 12

Week of September 19

Week of September 26

Week of October 3

Week of October 10

Week of October 17

Week of October 24

Week of October 31

  • Sunday: Off
  • Monday: Off
  • Tuesday: Off
  • Wednesday: Body Pump
  • Thursday: 16 miles
  • Friday: Off
  • Saturday: Off

Week of November 7

  • Sunday: Off
  • Monday: 3 miles
  • Tuesday: Off
  • Wednesday: Off
  • Thursday: Moving!
  • Friday: 5 miles
  • Saturday: 45-minute walk

Week of November 14

Week of November 21

Week of November 28

Week of December 5

  • Sunday: Off
  • Monday: Off
  • Tuesday: Off
  • Wednesday: 30 min.elliptical + 20 min. stairclimber
  • Thursday: 3.5 miles
  • Friday: Body Pump
  • Saturday: 10 miles

Week of December 12

  • Sunday: Off
  • Monday: 60 minutes elliptical
  • Tuesday: 45 minutes bike
  • Wednesday: Off
  • Thursday: 60 minutes elliptical
  • Friday: Body Pump
  • Saturday: 20 miles

Week of December 19

  • Sunday: Off
  • Monday: Off
  • Tuesday: Body Pump
  • Wednesday: 45-minute elliptical
  • Thursday: Off
  • Friday: 12 miles
  • Saturday: Off

Week of December 26

  • Sunday: Off
  • Monday: Off
  • Tuesday: Off
  • Wednesday: 60-minute walk
  • Thursday: Off
  • Friday: 10 miles
  • Saturday: Off

Week of January 2

Week of January 9

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  3. I love this!! I am training for my first half marathon (also with TNT) and now that my long runs are increasing (10, 11, and 12 this week, eek!) I find I am really sore and it’s harder to fit in my weekday runs without hurting myself. Is that why you didn’t run as often during the week some weeks? I do other forms of exercise so this really made me feel better that you tackled your long runs consistently and still finished your marathon in amazing time!!

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  5. Thanks for sharing this Tina. I just registered for my first marathon yesterday but have been looking for a good training plan the last week or so. I want a plan that has at least 2 days for cross training so I could maintain and build muscle through strength training but almost all the plans I come by have (almost) nothing but running or only 1 cross training day. Looking at your schedule and knowing you did the marathon, I feel that I can definitely work a schedule for myself that does what I need!
    ~Ang

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