Spring is nearly here. You’ve spent the past few months running through the bleak midwinter. The days are getting longer and so are your training runs.
You’ve got aching legs, stiff joints and the occasional blister. As your distance increases, it’s not just your body that starts to feel fatigued.
For first-time marathon runners running 26.2 miles is a test of mental strength.
Now is the perfect time to introduce your secret weapon: a training partner.