We understand that many of you runners have been left with uncertainty in your training schedules in the wake of spring and early summer races being cancelled. It’s devastating to spend months training for a race and have that opportunity taken away from you just a few weeks before race day, but we have to do what we can to adapt and prepare to run in the fall.
Fall is an amazing time to run a marathon— the temperature is perfect, leaves are changing, and there are so many great options for races. The challenge, though, is that we all now have a lot of hard work to put in during the hottest months of the year. Here are a few important things to prioritize as you begin your training again: