How to run long distances
For some people to run a marathon or even a half marathon seems like an imposible task. However, there are many people who dread thinking about a run length even at 5-10 km, and someone can not afford to run without stops and a couple of miles. However, the ability of a person if not infinite, certainly much wider than many people think, accustomed to a comfortable lifestyle, sedentary work and low physical activity. For example, ultramarathoner Dean Karnazes at the age of 43 years ran 560 miles without stopping, and after no sleep for more than three days. Not have to try to
beat his record, but the example of such people can and should be inspired.
Running long distances will help you build endurance, which is useful not only on a treadmill, but in everyday life. Let’s talk about how not to run long distances to get from training the maximum benefit and avoid injury.
Who said that definitely need to run that fast? If you normally run one mile, for example, five minutes, try to run it for six to seven minutes. Increase exercise duration and distance that you run. Select the race you want to run without interruption – for example, fifteen miles, half marathon or full marathon, and run slowly until you achieve your goal. After that, start increasing the speed at which you run the required distance.