Welcome to the penultimate issue of FIT before the Dublin Marathon. I hope those of you who plan to line out have been finding these special issues useful.
The thing with fitness is that there's no one correct way for everyone, and I hope this is represented in the diversity of advice we have on offer.
Obviously there are some things that are set in stone scientifically – particularly nutrition and recovery – but there is a lot that's based on preference, and I'll be pleased if you've found a kindred spirit amongst our pros.
I also hope that anyone who reads FIT who isn't running this year's race has found some encouragement to get up and get going. Our feature with Jerry Forde proves there really are no excuses.
These human interest stories (there are more on page 22 and 23!) are what really ticks my boxes – real people, real experiences, incredible accomplishments.
I'm aware not all of us are at marathon level though, so in coming weeks, keep an eye out for some content aimed at the less-able runners out there.
Our cover star James McGee is a perfect example of someone for whom fitness isn't just a part of his life, but a way of life. The tennis player has followed his passion the world over.
To me, it's a shame our athletes can't remain on home soil and live their dreams, but perhaps the recent move towards a fitter, healthier lifestyle in this country will mean that in the future, this dream will be a reality.
Enjoy the issue!