1. Get a full body gait analysis
Often times new runners jump right into training without thinking twice about their running stride or how their shoes may affect their marathon goals. Before heading out for long runs getting a full body gait analysis can benefit you in a number of ways.
2. Make realistic goals
When it comes to your first marathon, throw finish times out the window. Your number one goal should be finishing the race, regardless of how long it takes you. Marathons take a big toll on your body, nearly every physiological system is working as hard as possible. Finishing alone is an amazing physical feat.
3. Stick to a training and nutrition plan
Running your first marathon can seem daunting, but sticking to a training plan and fueling your body correctly can make the journey much easier.
To learn more about a full body gait analysis and other ways Viverant can help you on your marathon journey contact us today!
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