was, fueling whilst running the marathon.The reason for making this assupmtion is that after about 17 miles my pace went from 10:30 minute mile pace to 12 minute mile pace. Then at mile 21, it took me 17 minutes! For the rest I was averaging about 13
twelve and one tomorrow.Jon Jon,As it's only 4 miles you shouldn't have to fuel up that much, you should have enough in the tank from day to day food. Try a bowl of porridge for breakfast with some honey and a cup of coffee. Lunch should be only a snack
Ok seems to be a lot of talk about fueling recently and to my cost I learnt the hard way yesterday.Still not sure what I learnt other than I should be consuming more.It would be really helpful if some of those will experience and dietry know how
I'm going to be running the Mumbai Marathon in January. It'll be my 5th marathon but first in such heat (by a long shot!) so i'm concerned about hydration (there will also only be water on the course, no sports drinks)I'm looking to get a Fuel Belt
I read somewhere that on long runs of up to 18M it's better not to take on fuel. That way you force adaptations in your muscles allowing them to store more glycogen. I can understand this principle, however if on runs above 18M you do use gels
Hi, I'm currently training to do my first marathon having previously only completed a couple of 10ks. Yesterday I did my first half-marathon in Watford and got 1:26:41 which I was pretty chuffed with, especially given the wind and hills (didn't realise quite how hilly it would be...
Hi everyone Lucozade Sport's Lead Sport Scientist Nick Morgan will be online between 1pm and 2pm today to answer any queries you might have about fuel and hydration strategies in the context of your marathon preparations. Nick has been advising our
Thank you Runners World!!!!I decided to make the Jerk Turkey, Rice and Peas recipe, which was featured in the February addition, what an easy tasty meal it was..I then went on to run a 10 miles with no problem and feeling fantastic.... THANK YOU RW... Why don't you publish a rec...
I'm off to fill up now. There are 50+ lorries in Pembroke turning back tankers so it seems. Not having a car, no I'm not panicking. Will take a long time to run out of fuel for my bicycle. With a 130 mile journey (each way) for work tomorrow and a
Hello Fellow Runners !I am based in South Carolina, USA where it is extremely hot and humid for the majority of the year and so makes running a challenge.I am thinking about buying a "Fuel Belt" for my long runs ( am currently marathon training
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