Do you want to take the “100K Challenge”?
This will test if you are ready for your tempo runs, speed runs on the oval track, hill workouts, and long steady runs (with “surges” along the way or fast pace at the last 10 kilometers of your long run or long runs at race pace). If you successfully pass this challenge without any injuries, it means that you have developed the endurance and strong leg muscles necessary for a marathon with the end result of attaining your desired finish time.
You can do this with your treadmill machine or along the paved road which is relatively flat. Do the scheduled runs as instructed so that you can recover in between morning and afternoon/evening workouts. You should do the challenge from Monday to Thursday so that you can rest and recover for the rest of the week.
Monday—5K (AM) + 10K (PM) = 15K
Tuesday—10K (AM) + 15K (PM) = 25K
Wednesday—15K (AM) + 20K (PM) = 35K
Total = 100K
All Runs should be at moderate (10% less your race pace) or near your Race Pace. Make a log/journal of this challenge and you should be able to get your average pace per kilometer after running 100K.
If you think you are not ready, then don’t do it. But if you want to try, go for it!