It took six weeks to complete the Hawaii Marathon last year, and for many it’s still a bit of a struggle.

That’s partly because of the challenges of running a marathon in the hot, humid Pacific Northwest in the midst of a hurricane.

It also has to do with the fact that there’s no official course in Hawaii.

It’s not on any official schedule, and most of the runners don’t know what they’re doing.

So, for the runners, the challenge comes down to how much effort they’re willing to put in to get to the finish line.

Here’s a guide to running a typical marathon in a year:1.


The Hawaii Marathon is an endurance race.

You’ll need to be in shape and be prepared to go out and run.

But this is also the best time to be prepared for the marathon, said Lisa Matson, a Hawaii Marathon coach.

She said you can get in shape at home by doing the cardio workout routine at home.2.

Get the logistics in order.

There are several logistics you need to consider before you get started.

The first is the time to start the race.

The time to run is usually about 45 minutes before the start.

Running from the start to the halfway point is usually between 15 and 20 minutes.

Running an extra half hour before the race is usually 10 minutes.3.

Make sure you’ve got everything ready.

You should have your running shoes, running shorts, running socks, your running poles, a running harness, a water bottle, a food and hydration kit, a fuel container, your water bottle refill kit, and a GPS tracker.4.

Run the marathon.

Runners often have to make adjustments to the course or get used to the pace of the course.

They also have to adjust to the heat.

The marathon course is often a challenge because of how hot it gets and the wind blowing in.

Matson said runners have to be aware of the heat when they’re running.

They should wear sunscreen, avoid wearing a face shield or hat, and have a hat, gloves, and long pants.5.

Follow the course to the end.

The Honolulu Marathon course starts at the intersection of Hana Avenue and North Koolau Street and ends at West Shore Road and Koolanaka Avenue.

Muthatsons advise runners to follow the course straight to the start, but there are also lots of options for runners who don’t want to run the entire course.

You can run on the sidewalk on West Shore or on the streets of the area near Koolana and Hana.6.

Make adjustments.

When you run a marathon, you need some adjustment, Matson says.

You need to plan for the weather and prepare for the race as you normally would.

The Honolulu Marathon is typically run from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., but you can start running after 7 p:30 p.