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Heart Rate Training Tools for Running

By November 30, 2019December 17th, 2019One Comment

My Marathon PR Program has been out for 4 months now. If you haven’t signed up yet, below are more details.

Here is what you’ll get if you join the Marathon PR Program.

  • 35 Training videos, more than 8 hours of new videos. You will get lifetime access to all the course materials, so you can access the course anytime. Every video in this course, gives you powerful tools to apply to your own training and racing. 
  • Transcripts with text and graphics of all videos. Download and print any of the video transcripts. 
  • 5 Base building training schedules. Downloadable, editable and flexible. From beginner to advanced. 
  • 5 Marathon training schedules. Downloadable, editable and flexible. For specific finish goals, such as first time marathoners, those looking to improve their marathon times, athletes wanting to qualify for the Boston Marathon, run Sub 3 and much more! 
  • Training progress tracker worksheets. Easy ways to measure how you are improving over time. 
  • Access to our private Facebook and Strava communities. Connect with me (Floris Gierman), several Extramilest podcast guests and other runners in the program to support, ask questions and learn from each other.  

That is an insane value! 

Join the Marathon PR Program here.


Let’s hear what some of my AMAZING students had to share: 

  • “Just joined. Floris you’ve done an amazing job on this Marathon Training Plan. So helpful and a great bargain!” – Mark B
  • “I began working with Floris Gierman of Extramilest as part of the Marathon PR program to prepare for my January marathon. He put together an excellent and well rounded program for athletes to further develop their running capability and most importantly – overall health” – Amelia F
  • “In the 6 weeks I started base building, I have seen and feel improvements: During the first week, I could not finish a 10K run without walking to keep under MAF. For the last 2 weeks, I didn’t have to walk anymore. This is very encouraging.” – Anthony C
  • “I keep checking in on the videos and facebook group at various times, they’re super helpful.” – Mark R
  • “A big pat-on-the-back for the Marathon PR Program.  I’m busy reviewing each of the videos to get a feel for what’s there and I’ve already started changing my training around based on your content.  It’s all really motivating.I think you’re on to a winner here.  Really looking forward to the future months with this program. Thanks again.” – Vic K
  • “You have done a fantastic job pulling all the material together that you have. The personal touch you give to everything is just brilliant and very refreshing in this technological age we live in. As a result of the Marathon PR course, I have a number of areas that I’m looking at changing. I’m actually really enjoying my running again.” – Jim C

Join the Marathon PR Program now, Click here



Floris Gierman

P.S. This course comes with a 60-day, 100% money-back guarantee. You can take the entire course, test it out in your life, and then decide if it’s right for you. If not, I will give you a full refund. Details on the guarantee are on the product page, along with detailed information about the course. 

P.P.S. If you have any questions, my support team and I are available to answer questions, just send me a message here.


One Comment

  • Terry Smith says:

    Hi Floris,

    I just recently started “trying” to run again. To give a little of my background, I’ve had weak ankles since 1971, when I caught a disease called Guillain-Barré Syndrome which completely paralyzed me for a short time but left with weak ankles. That was the bad news, the good news is I recovered enough to start running 15 years ago at age 55. I’ve been pretty successful, I’ve BQd 4 times and ran PR at Boston in 2013 ((3:53) after training using the MAF system for my base building. Since 2015 my running has been off and on, I finally decided to take a year off after I twisted my ankle badly ( playing with my dog). I’ve been to dr and I’ve gotten the clearance to run. I’ve been to physical therapist and done strengthening exercises but my ankle is still very weak but it doesn’t hurt and I can still run without pain. I started off walking about 3 months ago and worked up to 4 miles at around a 15 minute pace per mile keeping my HR below 105. I’ve started running at low HR averaging 115 and running at 14:02 for 4 miles. I’d like to use MAF but I have no idea what HR to use I’ll be 70 this year and I can not find anyone who has experience with MAF at my age? Do you have any suggestions?

    Thanks for reading

    Terry Smith

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