Is running 30 miles a week too much?
people who run someplace between as little as two to three miles a week up to about 20 or 30 miles a week at max have substantial reductions in mortality—like maybe 25-45 percent…But the striking thing is runners who do more than 4-5 miles a day seem to lose the benefits of that..
How many miles a week should I run for a 50k?
If your race goal is a 50K, your mid week tempo will peak at about 6-8 miles. 50-mile to 100-mile training plans will max you at about 12 miles.
Is 50 miles a week enough for marathon training?
For someone who’s been running many years and is experienced but works full-time, they might run 50 to 70 miles a week. The majority of the pack training for the 26.2 adventure might average 30 to 50 miles a week. This would be the minimum I would recommend to really feel prepared and ready to race the marathon.
How do I train for a 50k run?
One important key for a 50k is that if your goal is to run in 7 hours, you should train between 20-30% more than that per week. This means that if you’re aiming to finish your 50k in 7 hours, you should train between 8-9 hours per week in order to feel comfortable running 7 hours in one push during the race itself.
Can I run a 50k without training?
As long as you’re an active individual, 50k isn’t a big deal. A few weeks ago I ended up doing 45miles (flat) in 14 hours without any training and only stopped because my hamstring became super tight. I had been going hiking every week but the most I had run before was maybe 3 miles.
What’s a good 50k time?
Every runner is different in how long it will take to run a 50K, but a safe bet would be to run 10 to 30 seconds slower per mile than your marathon pace. For example, if your best marathon time is 4 hours (9:09/mile), then your predicted 50K would be around 4:50 to 5 hours (9:20/mile – 9:39/mile).