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certain amount of tension is essential for success. Its one way the body knows its in a race rather than a training run.Hal Higdon, RW USA Senior Writer
of miles if it means that your training pace drops considerably, or you know that high mileage inevitably leads to injury and illness. However, success at the marathon is not possible on six miles a week. If you build up your mileage and your speed
of runner. If you’ve never raced at all, using a 5K event as a stepping stone is a real confidence booster – though it’s not essential. One thing’s for certain: all races are there for enjoyment, whether or not you’ve run the distance before. Be sure to read
brain, a proper nutrition plan may take a back seat.But proper nutrition is central to your training and to race success. By fuelling correctly and ensuring you're hydrated before, during and after training, you will perform and feel better and still
my recovery for very little aerobic benefit. MuppetLegs A. They’re not wasted miles – this is real life, and you have to run when it’s convenient. The key is to make sure that you run sessions at marathon pace at 7-8/10 effort or 75% maximum
marathon schedules here on RW and is currently coaching two of our Target 26.2-ers - Alex and Sarah - to success in our marathon project, ASICS Target 26.2. He has run more than 60 marathons himself with a PB of 2:29, and as a coach has helped marathon
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