Each runner is different but the normal pattern of volume is approx 10-15 hours per week of running a week. The rest of training is core, strength and cross training if needed.
Olympic Rowers train 4 to 5 hours per day, six days a week. that time includes only time spent at heart rate above 145. Stretching and rests take 1hour. So its 5-6 hours per day all together.
Alot. I am a runner and I train about 3 hours every day, even on week ends, you have to be commited to it.
If a person exercises a lot, he or she will not only train his or her muscles, but also his or her lungs. And since the lungs are surrounded by muscles, you train these muscles too. So a marathon runner has stronger lungs, that have a bigger capacity, as the muscles that surround can contract and stretch farther than those of a nonactive person.
One should make sure they stay hydrated and rest up well before a marathon. One should also lather themselves with Vaseline or body lotion in places where one could possibly get chaffed.
Training is already a verb because it can be used as an action.Other verbs are train, trains and trained."I will train for the marathon"."She trains Olympic swimmers"."They are training for active service"."We have been trained for this".
3-4 hours a day
around 2 2-3 hour sessions per day roughly 5 times per week. about 20-30 hours a week thay swim evrey day most times more than onces a day for 2 to 3 hours at a time and that is only time spent in the water there are still sevral hours of cross traning that is done weight lifting and other activatys
There are many apps for phones, tablets, etc that help prepare people train for marathons. One of these apps is the Livestrong application. Another is Runner which tracks one's daily progress.
There are a number of websites that provide good guides for people wanting to learn about marathon running. For example, there are training guides on sites such as Runner's World, Marathon Rookie or Cool Running that provide good tips and advice on how to train and run a marathon. Alternatively, there a number of good guides you can purchase, such as 'The Expert's Guide to Marathon Running', 'The Marathon and Half-Marathon', or 'Marathon: The Ultimate Training Guide'.