How Do You Prepare For A Marathon (Novice)?

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How Do You Prepare For A Marathon (Novice)?

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Runners will naturally be interested in running in the marathon to prove they can do it, and also in an attempt to come in first. However prior to attempting to run in any marathon, one first must establish a training program to build their stamina and strength to build their body to safely attempt such a feat.[1] .Whether you are planning on walking or running a marathon it is very important to prepare well in advance. Here is a guide to prepare a novice runner for a marathon. • Understand that before starting any marathon training, a visit to your doctor is extremely important. Training is extremely exhausting and difficult and if you are not physically in good shape, or if you have any physical injuries it can have serious consequences. • Stretch daily as it will help strengthen your back and hamstrings. It is important also for your stomach muscles to be firm and strong. Marathon running requires a strong body. Eat properly, drink plenty of water, and make sure you get plenty of sl

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• Understand that before starting any marathon training, a visit to your doctor is extremely important. Training is extremely exhausting and difficult and if you are not physically in good shape, or if you have any physical injuries it can have serious consequences. • Stretch daily as it will help strengthen your back and hamstrings. It is important also for your stomach muscles to be firm and strong. Marathon running requires a strong body. Eat properly, drink plenty of water, and make sure you get plenty of sleep. You may find you need extra sleep during training so do not fight it or ignore it. Sleep is very important as it refreshes the body.[2] • Know that the ideal time you should have been running is about a year before you join a marathon. Be comfortable running a distance of about 3 and 6 miles, and training at least 3 days a week for about 15 miles or more. Make a schedule for yourself and follow it. Do long runs on weekends knowing that it is acceptable to run slower than fa

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