our goals. Read on and you’ll find seven endurance-boosting strategies that have worked for a range of runners. Not all will work for you. But one or more will, and that should be enough to significantly increase your endurance, which means you’ll run
’t want runners to stop drinking fluids during their marathons," he said. "They should simply aim for a safe middle ground in their hydration strategies."Conspicuous consumptionComing just six weeks after the NEJM article, the annual meeting
neighbourhoods, according to their own daily/weekly schedules. (To adapt the programme for yourself, see the training schedule and strategies on the following pages.)In December, 23 of the original 25 ran at Kiawah. One had dropped out of the programme because
(which you shouldn't be), you don't need sports drinks and an advanced hydration strategy. Sip a little water before your workout and a little more after. And skip the extra calories in sweetened drinks. "Beginner runners don't need a sports drink
, enjoyable (and effective) way to run. It’s worth a try, isn’t it? Amby Burfoot is Editor of Runner's World US.
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