The Tokyo Marathon is a World Athletics Platinum Label marathon and one of six World Marathon Majors. It is also the largest marathon race in all of Asia. Tokyo Marathon is flat with a few short, nearly-unmentionable climbs over a few small bridge crossings.
-Length: 8-12 weeks
-Runs per week: 4-7
-Key/Hard Workouts per week: 1-2
-Cross-training days per week: 1-2
-Garmin Structured Workout Compatible
-McMillan Calculator paces integrated into all workouts
-Geared towards the Combo type of runner
Weekly mileage = 40-60 miles per week (65-100 kilometers per week)*
*based on an average training pace of 8:00 min/mi (5:00 min/km)
NOTE: Each run includes a range of duration/distance and pace so actual mileage may vary.
-All the best tried and true McMillan marathon workouts geared towards combo runners
-Goal pace predictor workouts to dial in your goal pace
-Progressive long runs to increase your endurance
-Stamina-boosting marathon specialty workouts
-Predictor workouts to determine your best pace for race day
-Gradual pace advancement through the training plan to keep you optimally challenged
-Workout swapping – flexibility to move runs around based on your life schedule
-Built-in injury prevention and strength training routines to perform in sync with your running workouts
-Form drills to improve your speed and efficiency
-Be able to run 50-60 minutes on your regular runs and at least 90 minutes on your long runs.
Need more weeks? Try these plans!
-Base Training Plan: adds up to 8 weeks (Recommended)
-Hill Module: adds up to 6 weeks (opt.)
-Speed Module: adds up to 6 weeks (opt.)
-Marathon Training Plan: 8-12 weeks (see above description)