Are you looking for conquering a marathon? Take part in the UP’s biggest marathon ‘Lucknow Health Run 2021’, which is going to be held soon.
Due to covid-19, a number of national and international sporting events have been impacted, including several professional running events. One of the major events of Lucknow to see a shift in schedule was the Lucknow Health Run which is an Initiative by INNOVATION WELFARE SOCIETY and organized by HBN EVENTS PVT LTD at the beginning of March, the marathon was supposed to be held in 2020 was postponed indefinitely due to the threat of Coronavirus.
2020 has been a challenging year and a long one at that… It’s time we all gather courage and instill positivity among our family, friends and the community. Believing this to be the need of the hour, IWS is all set for the 2nd Edition of Lucknow Health Run Marathon.
This Marathon is an initiative of IWS (Innovation Welfare Society) and it is planned and organized by HBN Events Pvt Ltd every year, countless people participated in the Lucknow Health Run Marathon in the year 2019 and people are excited and enthusiastic for the next edition of marathon.
If participating in a marathon is a new experience to you, there’s nothing to be afraid of, especially if you’ve trained well ahead. Nobody will expect you to win, so you can enjoy this new experience at its fullest.
Here are some tips, to make you ready for the marathon-
To participate in a running marathon means more than just running a long distance and hoping to reach the finish line. It means that you will need to take good care of yourself, as both your physical and mental shape must be in good shape before putting yourself under such pressure.
Therefore, you must have a nutritious food schedule and a daily training session to be truly prepared for the marathon. More than this, participating in a marathon also implies inspiring the ones around you to eat more healthily, practice more exercise, and live a healthier lifestyle.
Your diet is crucial in long-distance running. If you don’t eat the right foods in the right amounts, you might not get enough energy to train and compete properly.
Your last long run should take place approximately three weeks prior to the marathon. It takes that long for the training-induced muscle damage to resolve. Adding one more long run could lead to trouble. There will be minimal gain, if any, and may cause an athlete to suffer from “dead legs” during the event.