Got round the Inverness half and stayed hydrated and relaxed throughout...yaaaay!
3:19 Shakespeare marathon - didn't hydrate sufficiently!!
Took part in my first races during 2009 a 10k. Birmingham Half Marathon was the next challenage. I was one of the people they took to hospital due to dyhydration. Make sure you are hydrated it is so
muscle 6 months previous. I enjoyed the experience but felt really sorn afterwards, I would appreciate any advice on keeping leg muscles hydrated and feeling their best. cheers.
the way! Oh and a couple of pints in the pub afterwards - to re-hydrate of course
I have not run since my early twenty's. I come from an age when all you did was buy a pair of Hi-Tech's and get yourself out of the door. No, nutrition, no hydration ...no idea.Warming up
time as opposed to £1.50 or however much they cost. You also get alot more about 2 litres which means more hydration. Fill up my camelbak and im ready to roll! Im now looking to run in some charity
mile tops but more regularoccasionally get cramp and sore tight calf muscles however rinking an keeping hydrated plus adequate warm up reduced this to the odd twinge.injury again set me back to a quad
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