Bob Moretti – Training Tips For Your First Half-Marathon

Bob Moretti is a talented long-distance runner who has completed a half-marathon in less than two hours. Such races present a variety of challenges that you may not have encountered in your previous running efforts, so it is important that you train correctly to ensure you can handle the distance. The following are all useful training tips that you should try to keep in mind.

Build A Strong Base

It is very difficult to go from no regular training to being ready for a half-marathon in a couple of months. This means that you need to build a base of physical fitness on which you can build. Try to get yourself up to a point where you are capable of running between fifteen and twenty miles every week and you can then start to train in earnest.

Make A Plan

Once you feel your fitness levels are up to par, you need to plan effectively to make the most out of your training sessions. Create milestones that you aim to reach in the buildup to the half-marathon and make sure that you build some recovery time into your schedule. Proper time management is essential and you need to keep your motivation levels high to ensure you don’t end up trying to skip training sessions.

Research The Race

Once you have selected a half-marathon to participate in, spend a little bit of time researching the race itself. You should build a solid understanding of the route, plus it is always good to know what, if any, refreshments and drinks will be provided during the race.

Bob Moretti is an experienced long-distance runner.


About Bob Moretti

Bob Moretti is an Architectural Specialist who has obtained a number of credentials throughout his professional career. Bob Moretti is Construction Specifications Institute (CSI), Construction Document Technologist (CDT) and Occupational Health and Safety Administration certified. He graduated from Arizona State University in 2005 with a BS in Business Management, Summa Cum Laude. He also attends the Lake Forest Graduate School of Management in pursuit of an MBA.
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