important to monitor your blood sugar levels to make sure they are on an even keel. "Low blood sugar levels will leave you feeling dizzy and nauseous but eating too much will also cause you to feel sick, especially if you then try to work out or race," says
the task in hand. Can you help her find her way to a worry-free racing career? "I know I get nervous before things - I used to have terminal stage fright at school and was always sick before going on stage. I still get nervous before big events, and so
Q While running my last few marathons, I have felt nauseous from around 18 miles, and have vomited after finishing. I know runners need to keep hydrated, but taking on fluids seems to aggravate the problem. Im also worried about over-hydration. What would you advise to solve th...
is just about ticking over, so I would recommend you do no more than 60 - 70 minutes of easy running.Q. Is it a bad idea to do a 10K race the weekend before? mad markA. If you want to run at your best in the marathon I wouldn't advise racing a 10K the week
© Getty Images The two Olympic marathons held last August in Beijing were literally races for the ages. Kenya's Samuel Wanjiru, then 21, broke more than an Olympic record with his 2:06:32 win; he crushed long-held conventional
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