If you are following a marathon training program, you probably have a lot of questions.
Here are some of the answers to the most frequently asked questions about the marathon and its training.
Follow these tips to make sure you avoid making mistakes that will cost you precious time or harm you during your marathon or half-marathon.
I think anyone in good health who is ready to make the commitment to training can complete a marathon, but marathon training is not something to start with no or little running experience. .
After running your first marathon, you might be thinking about improving your time for your next marathon. If you are hopeful and motivated to run a marathon faster, try these tips and advice.
The two days before your long run (and marathon) should be high-carb days. You need to make sure that you are increasing the percentage of carbohydrates in your diet, not the overall calories.
Contrary to popular belief, it is possible to avoid hitting the wall. Here are some tips for beating the wall in a marathon.
When you run a marathon or else during your long distance workouts, you might have to deal with pain or discomfort. Here are some tips for dealing with these ailments and getting on with your run.
Some marathon runners in training hope to lose weight, but are surprised when they actually gain a few pounds or reach a weight loss plateau.
Before you run your marathon, it is certainly helpful to have a rough estimate of your target outcome, so that you know what pace to pick up. But predicting race times, especially for marathons, can be difficult, as there are so many variables, like weather and conditions.
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