Make time in your schedule to do non-running type training, aerobic training is the best as well as some light resistance gym work.
It is good to know the course and if possible run it a couple of times to get used to its nuances. Also find out what drinks are available during the competition, train using that particular brand of sports drink.
You have successfully completed your training and now are looking where to run on your first half marathon. In this post we are going to look at some extraordinary places around the world that you can run a half marathon. Bhutan International Half Marathon Possibly one of the highest half marathon running events in the […]
There are some brilliant American half marathons to run and in this post, we look at some of the best locations that you can run a half marathon in the United States. These bucket list races are in some of the most awesome places that you could possibly wish to run. Star Wars Half Marathon […]
The time has finally come, the day of the race is here, and all your training days are now going to be put to the test. In this blog we will look at the best strategies to implement on race day of your half marathon. You have probably spent twelve or fourteen weeks in preparation […]
The second part of our blog gives you tips on how to train for your first half marathon. We are going to talk about quality over quantity and the virtues of selecting your training regime carefully. Quality over Quantity In the part one we looked at increasing your VO2 Max level and the benefits this […]
If you are an enthusiastic runner and are thinking of running your first half marathon then this blog certainly can help. Perhaps you have a 5K under your belt and now are ready for something a little more demanding. The half marathon is ideal, as it is long enough to be taxing and will stand […]