Last year I had an entry for the FLM, but got injured and had to pull out. It was too much too soon and I got ITB, to which I am still susceptible, but I keep under control with ice, stretching ibuprofen etc. I want to combine my triathlon training and running for a marathon. This can be base building stuff, I have no illusions about anything faster than 3:30-3:45.
With swimming, biking and weights to do over the winter I won't be able to do the 5 sessions/ week stuff that most people will. Max 4 runs a week will be what I can do and realistically I may do three many weeks. I presently run up to 10 milers. I've run up to 17 miles in the past.
I intend to concentrate on swim technique, easy bike miles and reasonably heavy weights, and intend to start serious training in November, after a month of easy training/rest following the tri season.
My biggest worry is getting injured again. Any suggestions on how I can structure all this for best results would be very much appreciated.