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Training and Preparing For Ultra Marathons

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Nope, its over 6 weeks. So you have to divide by 6, giving you slightly over 3 hours a week. If you want a more accurate number, remove Finisher 3 (See Table 4) from the sum of all the X-training hours of the finishers as he's somewhat an outlier 

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17 hours ago, philip said:

Nope, its over 6 weeks. So you have to divide by 6, giving you slightly over 3 hours a week. If you want a more accurate number, remove Finisher 3 (See Table 4) from the sum of all the X-training hours of the finishers as he's somewhat an outlier 

thanks. 3hours a week sound possible :)

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2 hours ago, simonleng said:

thanks. 3hours a week sound possible :)

But bear in mind that your priority will still be the training runs. Clocking the mileage is primary while x-training is secondary.

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22 hours ago, philip said:

But bear in mind that your priority will still be the training runs. Clocking the mileage is primary while x-training is secondary.

will do so. but i am trying out 100km, so i can train lesser :)

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18 hours ago, simonleng said:

will do so. but i am trying out 100km, so i can train lesser :)

the more u train, the more well prepared you are... so the more the merrier...hahhah

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