How to tell the Marathon Crash when you're an adult

FLAGSTAFF, Ariz – Each young man with a soft knucklebell is both inevitable, the New York City Marathon Garden this year marks the age & age of the share it

The aircraft is 41-year-old Abdi Abdirahman and Bernard Lagat, 43, and Juan Luis Barrios of Mexico, 35. Barrios already ran the marathon (2 hours 10 minutes 55 seconds) earlier this year in Tokyo and said his best time was ahead.

The three men have been on the streets and the Arizona pediatric roads in recent months to gather in the city to eat coffee Coffee House & Bakery to plan some of the plans and businesses in the backyard recovering and competing for more than six decades in the competition. Mo Farah of Britain, a 35-year-old, four-year-old Olympic competitor, was trained under the first marathon victory in Chicago, last month.

By reducing your risk, they insist, and how often they will not win Sunday, their ideas still carry a weight.

"People have a lot of concern about who you are as a paper than you would have to be on the day," said Abdirahman, who spent several years in New York two years ago, when he was the last American. "I still work more than 80 per cent of the players in my events." He is confident he can play for his fifth club in 2020.

One of the winning hotels on Sunday? Given the temperature prediction that may allow fast competition, that is unlikely. However, their early stages in the garden, as young as the other sports players get into retirement, say that they are important about what they are capable of growing up – they think to properly train combination, SPEED, and most important, intensive exercises.

"I'm ready for these things," Lagat said at New York, which will be his first marathon after having spent a lot of years in professionalism. Lagat won the 1,500-meter Olympiad in 2000 and financed in 2004, and continues: He ran 62 minutes to half-marathon in Houston in January, the last 40 years in the United States.

After that contest, Barrius said he had tried the marathon. A year ago, Lagat has never walked more than 17 miles, but said he would not be afraid of a new challenge. "Run," Lagat said, "It is something I do to work properly."

The sports medicine experts say the future researchers will raise the competitors such as Lagat, Barryos and Abdirahman. Jordan Metzl, a hospital doctor at the New York New Surgery Surgery Center, concluded that marathon events and Ironman competition, said the rapid muscle relaxation of the muscles of the acceleration was deteriorating before the fall twin cables for the competitors.

"The nervous problem to control the muscle spasms causes to die, and the flexibility of the phase into the stage gradually slowly," he said. "While you still have fiber-operated, fiber is now a fitness tool."

Since the rapidly expanding plant for power generation and power, people naturally lose both at age / age. This affects the body's ability to fast the fast when it is tired – if it does not go through the speed of work and the ability to prepare for a stronger age. That's how Meb Keflezighi, 43, who retired, but dreams of returning, set a personal record for 38 years in 2014, and he has been eligible for the United States Olympic after two years, having beaten many ten years old.

In addition to anywhere between 85 and 130 miles each week for a variation and speed during the preparation of New York, Abdiraxman, Lagat and Barrios spent several weeks in the gyms to protect the natural environment. ah

In fact, these jobs have become increasingly prevalent among the competitors, as well, which may help them to explain the gradual slowdown of the highest level they may continue, as well .

Earlier this year, the Boston Athletics School announced that it needs to lower the eligibility standards for competitors trying to qualify for the Boston Marathon. Boston is a rare marathon that requires courses to get the right time to access a place in the field (if they take one of the reserved points for those who collect money).

In recent years, organizers of the competition have not been able to accept all of the assistants who meet the qualifying requirements, depending on age. In 2017, the race should be 2 minutes for 9 seconds under the qualifying level. In 2018, they should be at 3:23 below. In 2019, they will need at least 4:52. Because of increased codes and visuals about the number of people who qualify for their seasons in 2018, gender activists have lowered the eligibility standards for all five-year groups in this year, which means their analysis suggests that not the smallest promoters but also, too.

Metzl and other experts said the reason was simple: Any age & strengths would improve their training, allowing them to continue as soon as they are. The same may be Lagat, Abdirahman and Barrios, even when they need a specific measure. There are no mistakes, say, taking a further day to recover hard training, although they say that the return on investment is 8 to 12 miles in one mile and a half to seven minutes.

In the morning, they looked at their windows and saw the snow fall in October in the northern province of Arizona. They caught an extra speed on the road, but Abdirahman went on to say that it was very soft and windy. He took the home of his train home to run the morning. (He would begin later eight miles on the evening, when the snow stopped.)

Barrios and Lagat went down to Mount Sedona, about 45 minutes, where it was located in the snow. They held eight miles in warm, then five minutes to two kilometers of 4:55 mile with a mile and a mile on the side of the highway. Then it returned to Flagstaff to become a great training and strong training for job creation and pet cosmetic, luggage and legs.

Barrios said that he has long happy Lagat & # 39; s dedication, and long-term understanding of how to adapt the training for a week and some focused on the & # 39; is. That's what he is trying to do right now.

"I follow his lifestyle," Barrios said Lagat. "I know a lot about who I am."

For his part, Lagat, who wants to break the record Keflezighi & # 39; s record of 2:12:21 in the United States on Sunday, directly listened to the advice of President Barrios looga brain needs to address race more than two hours. Sometimes the marathon can be suddenly in the beginning, or in the middle, they told him. Do not worry, they said, The most important thing is the ability to wait for the last mile, where you may need to struggle with unwanted pain.

"I can still improve," said Abdirahman, 43, if he is healthy, running the Olympic Games in 2020. "I can learn every day, if you can learn, you can improve it."