Running a marathon is certainly a life-altering and rewarding experience. That’s 26.2 miles. If you’ve never run a marathon, go cheer and watch marathoners cross the finish line to witness the shredded muscles and ravaged joints. That’s likely how you’ll look and feel afterward.
Anytime you put your body, especially your legs, in a stressful and drastic situation, you’re bound to experience some muscular damage.
The good news is that after lots of rest, you’re bound to bounce back.…
Atlanta Business Journal
Planning to run a marathon? Here’s what you should know