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, Adrian and Mel. They've been mentored since late 2012 by coaches Sam Murphy and Steve Smythe (as well as the ASICS PRO Team). Join the forums now to benefit from their experiences, for last-minute advice and top race-day tactics. Plus check out lots
race-day tactics. Plus discover lots of great spring marathon advice in the ASICS Target 26.2 hub. Day By Day - Your Final Countdown One week to go – the perfect tapering plan The final instalment of our three-week marathon taper plan has
slower than 5 hours! Forum Mile 18 Support threadForum readers' first-hand accountsFLM 2005 Blogs The final week and the big day...In the week before the marathon In the final two days On race-day - before, during and after the race Race-day checklists
-pace bandA tool for race-day. Type in your target time, then print out and wear this band. It shows the mile or kilometre splits you'll need to hit along the way. Useful for all distances, particularly the marathon. Calorie CalculatorType in your weight
starting to run, or overcoming obstacles. It might be about your marathon build-up, or race-day. It might just be an account of a run on a clear, fresh day. The possibilities are endless.Each month's best stories will appear in the three magazines and win a
, helmet and some running shoes – wetsuits can be hired for race-day. If you want get yourself in the mood with a little pre-training shopping, you might enjoy these archived articles on bikes, a wetsuits and shoes and clothing. Nutrition If you know what
cause an electrolyte imbalance, which can also lead to nausea," says Taylor.Having a race-day nutrition plan is the best step for combating exercise-induced nausea. Some athletes set their watch to beep when it's time to take in fluids. "Develop a fluid
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