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Naive Carbs Question

Posted: 16/09/2014 at 23:18

LOLOL.

Thanks everyone for their advice.

Naive Carbs Question

Posted: 16/09/2014 at 13:57

I got the 3-5g off the Runners World website ( might have been the American one). Yes I am talking about the days leading up to the run. I feel that my Paris marathon may have been better if I'd done the carbs better (and not had an injury) - so am re-thinking things ready for Chester on October 5.

Thanks @philPub - appreciate your input there. You too @UltraBookie

Taking this all on board.

Gareth

Naive Carbs Question

Posted: 16/09/2014 at 12:40

So I've been reading up on Carbs and the general opinion/advice seems to be 3-5g of carbs per lb of weight. Well I am currently 13 Stone 6 so that makes me around 190lbs.

If I go to the top end of the carb scale I need 5g x 190lbs = 950g of carbs

Is that per day? I know it sounds stupid but I had this awful worry that it was per meal. 950g of carbs is a huge amount so I assumed it was starting a few days before. If I start carbing up before a large run/race some articles say 3 days before - so that's 950g of carbs per day up to the run?

Sorry if this reads as a bit thick.

Gareth

Long run Nausea

Posted: 09/09/2014 at 09:02

@booktrunk : Nice blog by the way. Interesting read. I work in IT and Comp Sci as well.

Long run Nausea

Posted: 09/09/2014 at 09:01

@booktrunk : Yes I agree - but there is really no need to be so nasty about it. 'Man up'? Really? I just asked for advice. I know it's part of the race craft and believe it or not I am doing what I was told during the Asics campaign.

I did indeed get a Garmin watch on the 'asics thing'.

I am also happy to eat when I am running be it gels or food - but read the first post.

Sheesh.

@Millsy : Slower than my race pace (as advised during the Asics campaign).

 

I'm working on it. I'll get there.

Long run Nausea

Posted: 08/09/2014 at 23:59

I am totally messing up my fuel at the moment. Cannot seem to get it right. I took less out on Sunday for my 20 miler.

Got to 17 miles and felt weak so as I was passing a shop I called in and got a Snickers and a Lucozade. Sat for two mins to eat it all and felt a lot better - finished the run fine.

Didn't feel sick or nausous at the end. I just need to find the right combination and quickly - before Chester anyway!

Thanks everyone.

 

Long run Nausea

Posted: 31/08/2014 at 21:34

Sorry for the delay getting back to everyone:

@millsy : I always take my gels on a run to make sure I get it right. This was advised during the Asics training for the longer runs - getting the strategy right. I have my 20 mile run on Sunday and will look to get it sorted again.   I’m trying to get faste so am running my 18 miler faster than what I ran Paris. Due to injury, Paris was a run/walk affair. I’m running Chester.  

@Mr Puffy : Sports drink makes me feel sick. So I just take water in my backpack - however on longer runs it starts getting warmer and horrible. Not quite sure how to keep it cool. I don’t like carrying a bottle as it makes my shoulders hurt.   Good luck if you do run Chester.  

@tricialitt : I did eat 1.5 SiS bars during my training run. I’l look at these shot bloks - but need to get them in asap before Saturday. Clif bars? Hmmm - do you get them in Tesco? Not sure I want to mess with things now.  

One thing for sure is that the SiS Gels do make me feel sick in large amounts - and they are not the caffene versions.   Thanks everyone.

Long run Nausea

Posted: 23/08/2014 at 14:13

Afternoon All,

I'm after a bit of advice as to combating the awful nausea I get after a long run. I've just come back in from an 18 mile long run as I train for the Chester Marathon. I feel awful. I am cold, I am shivering.

I set off at 9 this morning and my meals have been as follows:

7am - Bagel with peanut butter + banana + coffee

9am - End of Run - SiS Energy Gels + 1.5 SiS Energy Bars + Electrolyte hydration from a hydration backpack

Get home - feel awful. Feel weak. Felt too sick to drink or eat so I went for a shower and cold water on the legs. I've only now (40 minutes after) managed to drink 3 glasses of milk and eat something.

Just before I shower I did dry heave but nothing came up. I think that was just the nausea coming through.

I must be doing something wrong. I've never run 18 miles during training before. Even during the Asics262 campaign due to injury 16 miles was the longest training run.

Any advice appreciated,

Gareth

MBNA Chester Marathon 2014

Posted: 22/08/2014 at 12:27

Gottheruns I chalk it up. Write about it in my training diary and then move on. I don't dwell on it.

MBNA Chester Marathon 2014

Posted: 21/08/2014 at 22:09

After my first marathon in Paris I wasn't going to do another and just stick to halves and 10k runs - but I entered it. My 5 hour target for Paris was missed due to injury so hopefully I can get closer this time.

Touch wood - I'm not injured at the moment but it could all change with one slip.

Good luck everyone.

GJE

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