Taru Mateti - Wish To Win Marathon? Attend Session Of Taru Mateti At FitaCon

July 14, 2018

Taru Mateti - Wish To Win Marathon? Attend Session Of Taru Mateti At FitaCon

So you signed up for your first marathon; now what? You are most likely thinking, “What did I get myself into?” A marathon may seem like an intimidating and exhausting endeavor, but with the proper planning and preparation and the right guidance and tips from an accomplished Marathoner Taru Mateti, you can make it through 26 Kilometers and be proud of your amazing accomplishment.

While marathon training hasn’t been studied extensively, millions of runners haven’t managed to get to the winning point. To win Marathon, runners requires working on their fitness levels, running techniques, diet plans and more.

When you are registering for a Marathon, there are few things to consider says Taru Mateti:

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Running Isn’t Enough

“Stay healthy” is the most important piece of marathon training advice, and the most often ignored. It does you no good to train hard, and then get sick or injured. Better to be slightly under trained, but feeling strong and eager, than to be over trained. The trick, of course, is finding that fine line between the two.

Practice Long Runs

The newer you are to marathoning, and the slower, the more important your long runs. You simply have to get accustomed to being on your feet for three, four, or more hours. There’s no magic length. Most experts recommend stopping at two and a half to three hours; Taru Mateti advises going farther, but including walk breaks. All systems work, as long as you get to the starting line healthy and strong.

Fueling & Recovery

You’re undoubtedly going to be hungry after all of that running, but eating the right foods at the right times can help you fuel and recover during training. There is a small window of time up to 30-minutes after a hard training run when the body is best able to replenish and utilize the carbohydrates and protein that were used during exercise. Expert marathoner Taru Mateti recommends consuming foods with a 3 to 1 protein to carbohydrate ratio.

Adequate mental preparation can help to instill confidence, which will help runners relax more before and during the race. Taru Mateti overcoming the hardships and winning a “Marathon Podium Queen”  believes that a body can do amazing things especially when we are mentally prepared and willing to dig deep to achieve a goal. Hear more, learn more and ask questions to Taru Mateti at FitaCon Event, Pune largest fitness event.

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July 14, 2018

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