Running coach Steve Smythe joined us recently for a live webchat on the RW forum to discuss marathon training - with particular focus on what you should be doing in January to make sure you're marathon fit for the spring.Steve is the author of our
than just continual long slow runs and post-marathon, once recovered, you don't want the speed for the hopefully upcoming shorter races to come as a shock to the system.Add in rest daysIf you've been training hard through January, February can be a hard
Find out what happened on training day 1 in our ASICS Target 26.2 marathon project as our five runners prepare to ramp up their training for the Paris Marathon.
by the International Marathon Medical Directors Association and Dr Tim Noakes, author of Waterlogged: The Serious Problem of Overhydration in Endurance Sports (£16.99, Human Kinetics). ‘Your thirst mechanism is exquisitely tuned to your body,’ says Noakes. ‘If you
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