Standfirst: What to do, what to takeAuthor:Pics:Issue date: May01 / xref Ultimate schedsKeywords:uan137--Before race day, you should have Tried your shoes and kit on a long run Found out how to get to the start 90 minutes before the gun goes Made a pace plan and ideally written i...
GETTY IMAGES With so much to think about before your first marathon – what to wear, when to eat and how to pace yourself for starters – it’s no wonder your anxiety levels can soar during
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check back regularly to enjoy expert advice, tried-and-tested schedules, marathon Q&As, race-day checklists and more.Build-up EventsThere's nothing like practice races to improve your fitness and your pacing skills. Our events listings are packed
start than I planned...? What if I feel really great at Mile 10...? In the week before the marathon In the final two days On race-day - before, during and after the race Race-day checklists And plenty afterwards... There
with your head means not going out too fast; running with your heart means seeing what you have left towards the end."Make a list - and check it twice Even if you're not normally a list-maker, having a pre-race checklist is a tangible, foolproof way
a three-day-a-week plan or a customisable programme you can download straight to your Garmin Forerunner), plus links to our interactive SmartCoach tool, expert marathon Q&As, race-day checklists and more. Build-up Events There's nothing like
in the moment, focusing on performing as effortlessly as possible. They do everything they can to conserve energy and maintain efficiency, running lightly on their feet rather than pounding the ground hard, and constantly riffling through a checklist of how
checklist of how their body is coping. Examples might be: unclenching hands and fingers; monitoring footstrike and stride pattern; firing up the glutes properly; ensuring that the arms are swinging forwards and backwards, rather than from side to side
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