Run The New York Marathon In 2010

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Every year, the New York Marathon pits thousands of runners from all around the world against each other, the clock and themselves in one of the ultimate physical challenges. Many of them are running their first ever marathon and chose to do it in New York as an incentive to train for the race.

New York City is a popular holiday destination for many people, but it's also one that some struggle to justify visiting financially. With escalating costs for various components of the trip, a lot of travellers welcome the opportunity to visit the Big Apple for other reasons - and what better reason than one of the most famous marathons in the world? Besides, once you've succeeded in taking place in the New York Marathon, it's only natural to reward yourself and, since you're already in New York City, that holiday you've always wanted is right on your doorstep.

Of course, a marathon isn't something that should be entered into lightly and participants should be aware that it is strongly recommended they undergo some months of training beforehand. Twenty-six miles is a long distance and hard on the body, which is why runners need to train for the marathon in advance to ensure they do their best to avoid injury from taking on too much.

Completing a marathon is one of the best feelings of achievement many people can experience. There's nothing like crossing that finishing line knowing you worked hard to get there and that all of your training has paid off. And, what's best about the New York Marathon is the fact that its route takes runners through many of the most famous areas of the city so you can really get an in-depth tour while you're racing. For a lot of people, distracting themselves with the scenery is a great way to avoid thinking about how difficult the race is! The marathon rolls through all five boroughs of New York City, from Staten Island through Brooklyn to Manhattan.

New York is the perfect city to visit at any time of year but it's doubtless that your flights to New York can be booked guilt-free if you're heading to the city to take on the world famous marathon. Just remember to train plenty in advance before the November race in order to ensure you're as prepared as you can be for one of the most impressive physical challenges you'll undertake.

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This article was published on 2010/03/26