Start your marathon training on Facebook

Please join us for our first ever Facebook Q & A! Lee Silverman, founder of JackRabbit Sports and veteran marathoner, will answer marathon training questions.


How’s this for a healthy lunch? Start your 2012 marathon training this Thursday with a crash course on our Facebook page. That’s right, pull up the Well+Good Facebook page and starting planning and learning everything you need to know about running in Spring, Summer, and Fall marathons.

What: Our first ever live Facebook chat.

When: This Thursday, December 15, from 1:00–1:30 p.m.

Lee Silveman, veteran marathone and JackRabbit Sports founder

The talent: Lee Silverman, the owner of JackRabbit Sports, is a veteran marathoner, the smartest gear-head around, and can dish on training programs for beginners and seasoned athletes alike.

• Questions about winter training? Ask Lee.

• Wondering how much to cross-train? Lee has an opinion.

• Want the inside scoop on navigating the application process for the NYC marathon? Lee’s got the inside dope.

• Are minimalist shoes, such a Vibrams, right for you?

• He’ll also be sharing the best marathon course (NYC isn’t exactly ideal for first-timers) for beginners and what you need to get started.

 Join us, Thursday from 1:00-1:30, for a lunch-hour crash course in marathon training. 

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