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Get Marathon Ready!

August 27, 2018

Baby steps:

If this is your first race you may want to start with 5k or Half Marathon this way you can mentally and physically prepare yourself to embrace a full 26.2 mile marathon.

The early bird gets the worm:

Give yourself time to start your training early. Slowly building up stamina and mileage will help to achieve your pace goals while reducing your change of injury.

Sweat it out:

Daily runs and workouts will be your best friend.  Switch it up between interval sessions and long runs that help to get stronger and prevent your body from becoming tired throughout the race.

Hydrate and rest:

H2O H2O H2O and allow your body to recover! Consistently pushing yourself is great, but remember to work smarter not necessarily harder.

Keep your head up:

Along this journey you many encounter feelings of success as well as defeat. Never lose sight of your goals, how much you have accomplished and how far you can go!

Check out the Suffolk County Marathon Training Guide.

Ready, set, race!

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The Suffolk County 2018 Marathon:

Join Catholic Health Services in the 4th Annual Suffolk County Marathon, Half Marathon, 5K, and 4-Member Relay in the heart of downtown Patchogue running through park and waterfront vistas.

With something for everyone – take part in a race event, cheer on your favorite runner, and then stay for the FreedomFest: Taste of Long Island Festival. Stroll Main Street enjoying live musical entertainment, specials at restaurants, local food and produce, and tastings from the many Long Island wineries and breweries. It gets better, free tastings will be given to race participants. Grab your friends and family for an event you won’t want to miss!

Run for a cause, all net proceeds will benefit local veteran organizations and veteran services in Suffolk County.

If you’re a local, make a weekend out of it and if you’re traveling, enjoy your time on Long Island. There is much to do from white sand beaches to downtown shopping, historic mansions, adventure activities and winery and brewery tastings. Adventure awaits, click here to plan your fun!

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