Run Your First Marathon with Confidence
What you'll learn
- FULL guide to physically train, mentally prepare, and build confidence to finish your first marathon
- What to wear (and what not to wear) for marathon running
- How to be time efficient while training for your first marathon
- How to schedule and plan your training runs for success
- How to build complete confidence in your ability to finish the full marathon distance
- How to improve your running technique (upper body and lower body) for faster and easier running
- What to eat and drink before/after short and long training runs
- How to build physical strength and stamina for longer distance runs
- Which strength exercises are most efficient to include in your training plan
- How to practice decision-making and problem-solving while running
- When you should stretch muscles while training (and when you should do something else)
- How to plan, prepare, and thrive on your first marathon race day
- What to eat and drink during the marathon race (and how to do it)
- How to manage your energy and pace during the marathon race
- How to overcome physical and mental challenges during different parts of the marathon race
- Post-race actions to take do after your first marathon, how to avoid "runner's blues" and what to do next
- Apply your new confidence-building skills to other parts of your life
- You should be able to run at least 5km (3.5 miles), preferably 10km (6 miles)
- You will need to commit an average of 1 hour per day for running
Do you want to run a marathon?
Your body was designed to run long distances, I can show you how to finish your first marathon with CONFIDENCE.
How can you finish your first marathon with confidence? If you are running a bit already, you can finish a marathon. I will show you how to transform yourself into a marathon finisher.
Confidence is the most important part of marathon running. This course will build your body and your confidence through an efficient training plan which will take less time than you might think. I will show you how to improve your running technique so you can run further and faster with less effort, while avoiding injuries.
Preparing your body and mind for the challenge of marathon running will change your life. I want you to experience this incredible experience as you transition from self-doubt to full self-confidence as a runner. The skills you learn by training for your first marathon can be applied to other big crazy goals in life. You will impress yourself and everyone you know by finishing your first marathon with confidence!
Buying this course will provide you:
- Lifetime access to all lessons (new material added weekly)
- Training plans to build your body and confidence
- Daily responses to any questions about content
- Private weekly Google Hangout sessions to ask me anything
- Exclusive access to my Facebook Group: Marathon Mastermind
- Discounts on future courses and products
I created this course because I want you to finish your marathon with confidence. If you put in the work, I will do whatever it takes to get you across that finish line. Running is one of the few things in life you will never regret. Let's get started now!
Who this course is for:
- You should already running a bit and you want to finish your first marathon
American-born British-Canadian Irishman currently living in London, but at home anywhere in the world.
I experiment constantly with ways to improve my efficiency and effectiveness.
I have been running long distances for years and wanted to share my knowledge gained through experience. Once you build a solid fitness foundation, it is easy to maintain and improve it.
Let's connect, I enjoy meeting new people.
I also enjoy creating successful systems and making big things happen. I get easily frustrated when I am not making progress and my emotional intelligence is low (sorry I hurt your feelings).
I believe the human body was designed to run long distances, not to sit in a chair looking at screens. However, when I do sit in a chair to look at screens I want to be as productive as possible.
I am embarrassed by my procrastination habit. It's getting better, but sometimes I relapse.
I prefer train travel to planes, even if it takes much longer.
There's too much to write about me to be contained in here, but feel free to ask me anything.