Summer’s not even here. But it’s time to think FALL MARATHONS!

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It’s all relative, this sweat business. You’re probably sweating like crazy during runs these days — much more than you did in winter, but only a fraction of the saturation summer will bring.

So why in tarnation would you be thinking about a marathon in October or November or December? Welll…..because — and pardon us for being the bearers of disturbing news — you’ll need to do your long runs in the summer to be ready for your marathon or half marathon toward the end of the year.

Truth to tell, I hadn’t thought about a marathon or even a half. I’m still kind of floating over my delightful Dallas Half experience last December. But then I received an email from Kerry Little at Luke’s Locker  reminding me of a few things. Namely, that training season begins May 16, with an informational meeting at 7 p.m. Tuesday, May 12.

Just checked Run On’s website and found their classes begin May 16 and 17; info session is at 7:15 p.m. Thursday, May 14.

Here are some more helpful sites: Jeff Galloway (he of run/walk fame) and Dallas Running Club.

To help you figure out which plan is right for you, click here for the story I wrote about two years ago about various options.

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