27 Feb '15, 1pm

Marathon success means dialing in the details. Here's how:

Sounds easy, but it's mighty hard. That's why runners have to work on it. You can have your nutrition dialed in and your legs can be strong, but if your mind isn't ready for the type of fatigue that occurs in the marathon, you won't race well. This is precisely why many first marathons (especially from speedy runners) don't go well. Most runners are used to the fatigue in a 5K, 10K or half marathon, but the fatigue in the marathon is an entirely different beast. It's not a problem with breathing. It's not a problem with lactic acid buildup. It's simply a problem with fatigue, physical and mental. Unless you insert some workouts in your training that mimic this type of fatigue, you won't be ready for the marathon.

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