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Whether you are following a beginners’ or advanced schedule, it is always a good idea to build in some rest days to give your joints and muscles adequate time to recover. Don’t overtrain! Active recovery such as a walk or gentle swim is OK if you’re fi nding it diffi cult to do nothing.


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If you miss a couple of days’ training don’t feel pressured to make up the lost sessions by running further or harder. Also, if you’re feeling below par, adjust your schedule to fi t in with how you feel. It’s worth remembering that if you push yourself too hard, you run the risk of injury and then you’ll be missing the start line altogether.


Enjoyment PENSION CREDIT GUARANTEE CREDIT


Don’t forget to enjoy your running. Build in runs with friends where you can relax, run easy and chat. Now and again, leave the watch at home and don’t focus on timed distance running. Or build in cross-training sessions: swimming, cycling or an exercise class. All will help with your general fi tness and keep you motivated.


Think about where you run: mix up the terrain. Don’t think you have to do all your runs on road because that’s what you’ll be racing over.


Denture Care Centre Horsham – 01403 210616


Crawley Down – 01342 716822 www.denturecarecentre.co.uk


Make a run for Mid Sussex


Saturday 5th May 2012: East Grinstead 10 miles Sunday 6th May 2012: Haywards Heath 10 miles Monday 7th May 2012: Burgess Hill 10 kilometres


The Sussex Living Marathon Weekend is a series of three races which add up to the classic Marathon distance of 26.2 miles.


Run one or all three


– the challenge is yours!


To enter: www.nice-work.org.uk www.runnersworld.co.uk/events


Questions? Please call race organisers Nice Work on 01797 230572 56


SUSSEX LIVING March 2012


Maddie, 34, has revelled in lots of challenges but has never run a full marathon. She googled and found the BUPA marathon training schedule for beginners, which has lots of useful training tips. She is currently up to 7 miles per session, starting from nothing in January! Maddie’s chosen charity is Time for Children which gives children time to work through their emotional problems using play. Her enjoys her training most of the time, although she does prefer to run outdoors rather than in the gym. She has had no injuries so far but would like to improve what she eats as she is “currently fuelled by wine gums and jelly babies.”


www.sussexliving.com





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