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A Beginner’s Guide to Marathon Training

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Running a marathon is a dream to most joggers. Running a marathon will test your endurance. In order to achieve any difficult goal, we must train and prepare beforehand.

Today, I will tell you how to train for your first marathon. Whether you’re doing this for charity, health factors or to enjoy something fun on your day off, it’s essential that you’re completely ready for this intense process!

Start Early

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Increase your capacity as you prepare to run your marathon. Running so far will get you used to this distance. The best thing is to start slow. You need to do daily runs of 20-30 miles to maintain good health.

Know Your Limits

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Before running a marathon, you need to know how fast you can run to maximize your potential. This will help you plan in training for your first marathon. Consult your physician before exercising vigorously to avoid injury.

Run short races

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Start running races before running the full marathon. It’ll prepare you for the marathon because you will be ready to maintain speed in competitive races. You will be closer to your goal of running a marathon if you’ve done 5K and 10K races.

Practice speed training

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You have to make your body prepared for a long marathon. This means practicing some speed drills. You can practice speed work by running some one mile stretches at a fast pace, followed by one or two min/km strides before recovering. Also, continue this aspect to build up your stamina and to allow your body to adjust to the faster and longer run times.

Increase Your Base Mileage

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You’ll be ready to run even more miles as time passes. Increase and improve your pace gradually by changing up your tempo and speed a little for a faster run time. Take it easy a bit once every week or two to keep your body and mind in good health.

Once you’ve decided to accomplish some of the above tips to train for your first marathon and you’re able to run 20-30 miles without losing your breath or cramping up, you’ll find that you’re completely ready to get out there and run your first marathon with excellence.

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