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I find doing yoga helps a lot, it pretty much bends you in the opposite direction as running. Train on trails you get stronger than running on pavement. That's my only advice I like to keep things simple!
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Hi there, wow that's an impressive goal! Good for you and good luck! I've done P90X and Insanity, both are great for muscle strength and stamina. Insanity is probably the better choice for what you're interested in doing. Check it out here: www.beachbodycoach.com/focus4fitness. If you'd like more info, you're welcome to contact me directly. Focus4Fitness@Beachbodycoach.com. Good luck to you!
Hello! When you're a runner its a good idea to include a core workout in your routine. Strong abs and back muscles are key to good posture when running. Also a general fitness routine is very important, arms, shoulders, legs etc. It helps to keep you injury free. I ran several marathons as well and never had any injuries to speak of. I feel its due to a solid exercise routine. Good luck on reaching your goals. And remember; always listen to your body;) What marathon are you running?