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I am just starting the 3rd week of a 20 week program as I train for my first ever marathon in May. Training is going well but in order to stick to the program I have had to do something that I've never really done before: start runs (that aren't bricks) with tired legs. In the past my training was always informal and if my legs were hurting from a run then I didn't run, or I'd alter the run I was planning (slower and/or shorter), or I'd bike/swim. That's not an option now and I am worried that I might suffer an injury because of the fatigue. Any tips for injury prevention for higher volume run training?