The Official Coach for the Milton Keynes Marathon and Half Marathon is Nick Anderson who will provide some helpful advice as you begin your training plan.
With over 25 years running experience, Nick is a graduate in Science & Management of health & fitness, a UKA level 4 endurance coach, a qualified nutritionist and sports therapy practitioner and enjoys coaching all levels of running.
Nick will be available on our Facebook page for a live Q&A session in April 2017. Date and time to be confirmed.
Our ace coach Nick Anderson will run an evening Marathon Clinic again in February 2017. The session will be designed to help you get the direct information and support you need for your training. Listen to talks from the experts and have your training questions answered. There will be free High5 samples available. We have the expertise and knowledge to guide you through your marathon training in the preceding months.
The cost of this Marathon Clinic will be £10.00.
Redway Runners please see Martin Lawrence
Nutrition is often overlooked for a half marathon. You will have put a lot into training, so why not put some effort into a basic nutritional plan that could make your next half the best ever?
Download the High5 Half Marathon Nutrition Guide here [ 1532-Milton-Keynes-Half-Marathon-Running-Guide-Stg2]
If you’re tackling a marathon, you will have trained hard for months to get in great shape and ready
to line up at the start of those 26.2 miles. One of the critical pieces in the marathon puzzle is your
race-day nutrition strategy.
Download the High5 Marathon Nutrition Guide here [1525-Milton-Keynes-Marathon-Running-Guide-#3-Stg2]
Training plans for the Milton Keynes Marathon or Half Marathon can be downloaded below…
Do you lack motivation to do those long Sunday morning training runs on your own? Well you’re not alone! Running with a group of like minded individuals who have a similar goal is a great incentive to get out of bed and get training.
We will be working with local Milton Keynes running club the Redway Runners on a schedule of Sunday training runs, aimed at anyone doing the Milton Keynes Marathon or Half Marathon. These will start in January 2017.
These Sunday runs usually get an average of 70 runners and are suitable for all abilities.
You can just turn up and introduce yourself and don’t need to book.
If you have any questions or queries regarding the MK Marathon and Supporting Events please refer to our comprehensive Common Questions section of our website or click here