Many runners want to join a marathon as a personal challenge, get healthier for a charity challenge or even lose weight. In addition, runners might want to test their limits and prove they can go the distance. The following is a guide for preparing to run a marathon. Getting Started Know your limits: Be aware of your limitations before starting any training programmes for a marathon because the potential injury risks of 26.2 miles are higher compared to a shorter distance. Start early: To be successful when training for a marathon, it’s recommended you start by building your base and running consistently for at leastRead More →