Whether it’s your first or one of many marathons, completing the London Marathon in under 5 hours is achievable with the correct training plan and professional guidance that we provide for you in this article.
A detailed look at two of the ways to gain entry into the London Marathon is to get a championship place or a Good For Age entry. Both of these methods require you to qualify for the event.
Training on a treadmill for the London Marathon is a practical option & has more perks than what you may think… Let’s have a look at all there is to know about training on a treadmill.
Fueling during the London Marathon is just as important as your training leading up to race day. That’s why we have put together a detailed drinks stations guide just for you.
Being able to be there in person and watch the London Marathon is an incredible experience and definitely worth it.
Here are the best spectator spots along the route…
A lot of runners don’t realize that running downhill is harder on the body than running uphill. Let’s find out the most efficient way to run downhill.
Many studies prove that exercise does in fact help you to fall asleep faster… Let’s have a look at if running falls into that category.
Going from a comfortable 10km to a half-marathon is fairly easy, and you can do that in 8 to 12 weeks without putting yourself at any risk. This is exactly how to do it…
With the proper amount of training and a structured training schedule, a half marathon is a fantastic goal to aim for… you could even do it just 2 months!