How To Run Marathon

How To Run Marathon
How To Run Marathon
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In the last marathon in Berlin, two Kenyans took first place… once again: Florence Kiplagat was the fastest woman with a time of 2:19:44, while runner Patrick Makau won the marathon setting a new world record for 2:03:38! Those times are unreachable for most humans (at about 5 minutes every mile, it's half the speed at which many fit people run a long distance). But, without pretending to impose a world mark, finishing a marathon is the goal of every runner who takes their hobby seriously, and it is by no means an impossible dream.

Depending on your level of training and fitness, there are programs and plans to help you complete any race, from the fun and less demanding 5K, to the maximum challenge of 26.1 miles. The best way to prepare for a career is as a team, and with the help of an expert. For this, the most recommended is to sign up for one of the running clubs that exist in all regions of the country. These groups organize many events free or at reasonable prices, and often offer training programs for long runs. In addition, they are an excellent way to meet and share with people with your same interests in sports.

If instead you are the type of solitary broker, or simply your tight schedule does not allow you to give yourself the luxury of socializing, you can use independent tools such as broker manuals that you can acquire in any bookstore or resources on the Internet. The runnersworld.com site has several functions that allow you to create preparation plans, and you can even choose to have your personal trainer if you decide to pay a small fee. It is not to try to keep up with Kenyans, but finishing a competition at your own pace will remain a commendable personal achievement and further proof that you are fit.

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