I started running in January thus year, and after a little break for a couple of months when i injured my leg, I have really got into my running recently. I have recently increased my distance and tried to work out a good pace over long distances. This week I have managed to do 10 miles in about 1 hour 45, but towards the end of my run I am really really exhaused. The only trouble is is that I would love to do a marathon next year. Any tips on how I can train and improve my distance? Thanks
Thanks, slow and steady seems like the plan. Think getting an actual plan in place is a great idea, and keep working at it. May try a 2 hour run at a comfortable pace soon.
Thanks for the advice
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