Tuesday, November 16, 2010

on to the next ...

Guess what started today?


Seven weeks of re-establishing my base.

12 weeks of marathon training.

National Marathon (and hopefully a new PR), here I come ...

40 comments:

christina said...

woohoo! I start marathon training next week for my first marathon - the VA beach shamrock run! I was way more excited about it after finishing the half in October... hopefully that excitement will come back!

Silly Girl Running said...

Yay! Fun! :)

5 Miles 2 Empty said...

Wow! Look at that organization! My plan is chicken scratch on a scrap piece of paper!

Have fun! And you can get that PR!

Caratunk Girl said...

Awesome!! you totally have that PR!

Shawn said...

This has changed from the last list which was on the fridge if I remember correctly....did you do this while it was raining...very colourful, that will help inspire thos goals.....goodluck

Anne said...

You've got that new PR T...just make sure you stay in a bubble the week before to avoid any viruses :)

Yay!!!!! For marathon training!

Pretend this is real said...

Nice! Good luck!

Rachel said...

Yay! I start training next week for the SAME marathon. It will be my FIRST!!!!! I am doing Hal Higdon's Novice 1. I am coming down from Boston to run it.

Tortuga_Runner said...

I definitely want to have a strong base in 2011. Love your color coded schedule!

the dawn said...

yay marathon training!!!! i posted mine on my fridge last week :) having a plan makes all the difference in the world.

(Just) Trying is for Little Girls said...

Fancy schmancy training schedule! On to another PR!

Lisa said...

best wishes!

wojoku said...

Sure you won't mind, but I may just go ahead and take notes from that training schedule. haha I'll certainly need to start one in a month or two.

Best of luck!!

Pam said...

My, what big miles you have!!!

Runners Fuel said...

Yay!! Good luck with your training.

Marlene said...

You don't waste any time, do you? :)

Also - I keep forgetting to respond to you re: Racing Weight. I would LOVE to lend you the book... thing is, I got it for hubs for his Bday (okay so maybe it was mostly for me, hehehe) and he is a slooooowwww reader. If/when he ever finishes it, you are first on the loaner list!

S Club Mama said...

I love your color-coding system!

shellyrm aka jogging stroller mama said...

Love your organization and colors!

I wish my family allowed for race planning. I look forward to the day that can happen. Until then I'll live through your wonderful planning example!

The Hungry Runner Girl said...

Wahoo!! That plan looks awesome and so organized!! I see a PR in your future!

Laurie said...

Great looking plan! Good luck. :)

Katie said...

YAY! I just started training for the National Marathon last week . . . it will be my first! I am so nervous!

Lesley @ racingitoff.com said...

There's nothing quite as attractive to this mathmetician as a color-coded spreadsheet! No, go get those miles and cross off those days!

Abby said...

Wow, that is impressive!

Veronica said...

what a beautiful training schedule. all color-coded and whatnot! You're so organized and READY. awesome!

JenniferLeah said...

cool ;) i love color coding my training schedules too

Emz said...

GO GET THAT PR WOMAN!!!!!!!

Julie @ Hotlegs Runner said...

nice! PR PR PR! Woot!

Melissa said...

PR here you come! Yippee!!

Bethany + Ryan said...

awesome!!! A PR is def in your future! congrats on your 8k PR!! 3 min! wow!

April said...

The next marathon I train for, I will have a training plan that looks as cool as yours. I would be embarrassed to show you what the one I use now looks like!

Karen said...

Woohoo! Good luck! :0)

Anabela (Bela) Neves said...

Looks great! Good luck, you can do it!

Jodi H said...

Looks great Tonia! You will be great at the next marathon!

Zaneta said...

yay!! looks like a plan!! :D

Alma said...

Woot!
Trying to plan my first marathon but I think I need to put it off all the way until Sept/Oct since I'm starting from scratch :(

MCM Mama said...

Excellent!

Now to figure out the logistics of being at the finish line to cheer you in...

momof3 said...

The training plan is Galactically awesome... I must say...

Sporty Girl Jewelry said...

Good luck on the PR! I'm hoping to tackle my first 26.2 in 2011.

Kate said...

that is an excellent program! which race are you running?

Dave said...

The National Marathon is a fun one. It was my first ever thon back in '07. I think you'll enjoy...