If you run Marathons, read this now!

November 2011
Men's Health India;Nov2011, p10
The article provides tips on marathon running based on the two basic principles on sport training. It mentions the difference between training for sports and training for general fitness that protect a body from injuries, diseases or addictions. Reasons why one should run marathons, the benefits to get and precautions to take are discussed. The five keys to complete fitness are also presented.


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