Yet too often disaster strikes on race day – we’re hobbled by cramp, gutted by stomach distress or hampered by unforeseen demons. To help you dodge all this, runners have shared their tales of race days gone bad. For the common horror stories, our experts provide invaluable advic...
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In principle, tapering should be simple – run less so you’re rested for race day. In practice, many athletes find two to three weeks of cutting back on mileage and intensity makes their legs feel heavy and lifeless. But Spanish coach
here are my key tips for getting through the important final weeks before the race.Prepare for a little heatYou can almost guarantee that the first hot sunny day of the year will be marathon day and you need to be prepared for it. Not just for the sake
to put everything into one or two races a year and sometimes the most trivial things can derail you. I guess that’s part of the reason a good marathon is such an amazing achievement. Q. What does your weekly training schedule consist of?A. During a
niggles need to be repaired and you need to recover each day. After just over a week I was into this routine and my body recovered incredibly well. I wasn’t getting enough sleep, just five or six hours a night, I don’t think I had enough time to recover so
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