to congratulate yourself on your remarkable accomplishment. Only a tiny fraction of the population is fit enough to successfully complete a marathon – and with the right recovery, you’ll be able to run many more in the future.
Congratulations: you've run your marathon! Now, unless you wish to spend the next few weeks plagued with soreness, sniffles and a soul-sapping sense of apathy, read on.What you do in the days following a marathon is just as important as what you did
Interested in views on marathon recovery - completed the Palma marathon on 17 October (3:31) and have registered for the Jedburgh half on 31 October - a two week gap. Did 3 days recovery runs 2, 3 and 3 miles on 3 consecutive days right after Palma
I ran my first marathon about a month ago but I'm still tired. Running ok but I just feel like I could sleep for Britain. Any tips on recovery? I'd just stop running (I'm running about 15miles a week at the moment) but I'm running 180 miles
Higdon marathon recovery schedule and just reading the advice on there. It lasts 5 weeks and so far I am into the 4th, and everything has gone pretty well. From experience, I wouldn't go flat out straight after a marathon, I did it before and ended up
I've just completed my first full marathon at the weekend, and had decided to give myself at least a week off to recover.Trouble is it's only Wednesday and I'm already climbing the walls waiting to get out there again!How much recovery should I take
with breathing in fact its improved but my legs are suffering! I guess we are all different with our recoveries? That is weird. lol I get accused of that a lot Different people recover in different ways. The first 2 marathons I ran I found the recovery quick
runners can run marathons almost every weekend without too much trouble. Those who race very fast and really push themselves in the marathon usually need a longer recovery. If you've done all the training, you'll recover much faster than if you go
marathon. Personnally I would have said that you were aiming too high too soon after a marathon, but what do I know? London was my first one too so I am hardly an expert. Ive had exactley the same issue with recovery after London my 1st marathon ,i tok a
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