The sport of running is enjoyable. It is good for your health because it makes you fit. It’s something you should try! Runners who dream of running the marathon can’t turn their thoughts towards that goal. Every new runner wants to be a hero, shouting “Impossible is nothing” or “Run like no one else” while running.
We don’t want to clip the wings of the dreams of the Philippides emulators but we strongly recommend to do it only when you are really ready, because we think that “impossible is something” and that the heroes often have a bad end.
On the other hand, if you are not very serious about running then the goal of running is not an important goal. You don’t need to run to lose weight. You can take care of your weight by eating less or exercising more. On the other hand, you can be very overweight and still run.
You can even run to gain weight. So, for those who don’t want to get serious, the best advice we can give them is “don’t run.” We hope that we have been clear enough in our words. But if you are still in doubt then you can ask yourself some questions. Are you ready to go from 0 km to the marathon? Are you ready to be a hero?
But what does it mean to be ready for the marathon?
Roberto Albanesi is correct in stating that we should always be prepared to train for marathons, knowing what to expect and what to do during the race. In order to be able to finish the marathon, we should be prepared to endure and train for it.
I think he has missed the point. We are not talking about training for a marathon, we are talking about running the marathon itself. There is a difference. We have a marathon to run on Sunday, not just a training session. If you are not ready to run the marathon, then don’t bother running it.
It would be a bad idea to begin your career with a marathon. It can’t be done in 3 months because of the amount of training that needs to be done. It is advisable to start approaching the world of competitive running with shorter distances and then move on to preparing for a marathon when you are sure you are the right person for this type of performance. The goal is not to reach the finish line alive, but to compete to the maximum of one’s potential.
It’s essential that training planning is done. We are going to publish a training plan for the marathon that covers the final 12 weeks before the race. The previous version required that the athlete have been subjected to a period of construction and specific strength training in order to develop aerobic endurance and strength that will allow them to compete at an elite level.
Athletes will have a specific training plan. It will be a 12-week plan, which will include training for the marathon, for the half-marathon, and for the 20km event. The main focus of the training will be on improving aerobic endurance, because it is the most important part of the event. This is the only type of training plan you will need to follow for the marathon. It’s also the most difficult to follow, because of the long time frame involved. The other plans will have a much shorter time frame and will be easier to follow.
It is important to try to improve as much as possible in advance, because there are many factors that affect and/or worsen performance. Without skipping the stages, the improvements can be obtained through training. It is necessary to be in good shape generally, and one cannot neglect a preventive medical-sports examination that can evaluate the suitability for the preparation of the race.
One of the most important things to prepare for this race is the training, as well as the evaluation of the pre-race preparation. This is important because there are many factors that affect and/or worsen performance. Without skipping the stages, the improvements can be obtained through training. It is necessary to be in good shape generally, and one cannot neglect a preventive medical-sports examination that can evaluate the suitability for the preparation of the race. The most important thing to prepare for this race is the training, as well as the evaluation of the pre-race preparation.
Proper nutrition and knowledge of how vitamins and minerals are used in our body are some of the things that should be included in training planning.
For instance, some athletes may have a deficiency of zinc or iron, which are essential to our muscle tissue. Some other examples of deficiencies are B-12, Vitamin A, magnesium, and calcium. The list is endless but it is important to understand the significance of nutrition when building your diet and training program.
For a particular runner’s history, it’s important to establish an accurate race pace. Setting a too optimistic race pace that is too slow, or setting a too fast race pace that is too optimistic, will make it impossible to complete the training sessions, and will also increase the risk of injuries. On the other hand, a too slow race pace that is too fast, or a too fast race pace that is too slow, will not be challenging enough to lead to an optimal performance. It’s true that there is nothing in running a marathon that makes you stronger or faster than another person, but there is a big difference between training to run a marathon just for fun and running a marathon just for fun. If you want to have a better time at your first marathon, you need to start from the basics. The best tips from the experience of our team can only be offered by us.
For this reason, we offer a few suggestions on how to set a realistic race pace for a marathon, as well as a few recommendations to consider if you’re planning to run your first marathon. The key to success is to know your personal limits Before starting a training program for a marathon, it’s important to establish your personal limits and your physical limits. It’s true that there is nothing in running a marathon that makes you stronger or faster than another person, but there is a big difference between training to run a marathon just for fun and running a marathon just for fun. If you want to have a better time at your first marathon, you need to start from the basics. The best tips from the experience of our team can only be offered by us. Before setting a race pace, we must first find out how we feel right now, because we are all different. What is your current fitness level? Do you feel strong and healthy? Or are you tired and suffering? Do you feel like you’re not in good shape enough to run a marathon? How do you feel?