ASICS Pro Team Nutritionist Ruth McKean joined us recently for a Q&A webchat about nutrition strategies in the lead up to a marathon. Catch up with the highlights.Ruth is a member of the British Dietetic Association and Health Professional Council
For those who haven't seen this, I think this an interesting read. I thought Athens was going to be his swan song. Apparently not!Anyway, Haile's Q&A is here. Unfortunately, he is a bit secretive about the training. I am sure he will medal again
Running coach Steve Smythe joined us recently for a live webchat on the RW forum to discuss marathon training - with particular focus on what you should be doing in January to make sure you're marathon fit for the spring.Steve is the author of our marathon schedules here on RW an...
Hi allIt's time for the penultimate lunchtime Q+A in our Virgin London Marathon build-up, and once again, Lucozade Sport's Lead Sport Scientist Nick Morgan will be joining us between 1pm and 2pm to answer any queries you might have about sports
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 Lucozade Sport Super Six on the...
Hi everyone Lucozade Sport Super Six mentor Steve Smythe will be online between 1pm and 2pm today to answer any queries you might have about your spring marathon training. Steve worked at Runner's World for 10 years and took over the marathon schedules when Bruce Tulloh retired f...
Hi everyoneRunner's World regular Steve Smythe will be online between 1pm and 2pm today to answer any queries you might have about your marathon training so far.Steve has run more than 60 marathons, holds a PB of 2:29, and has also won a British marathon title in his age group. S...
Hi everyone Nick Morgan, Lead Sport Scientist at Lucozade Sport will be online between 1pm and 2pm today to answer any queries you might have about your spring marathon nutrition. Nick has been helping our Lucozade Sport Super Six as they prepare for the Flora London Marathon ...
, such as lack of specific conditioning, pacing or hydration. Taking on energy drink may help your electrolyte balance, but should be something you practice in training.This Q+A was the last in our 2009 Flora London Marathon build-up series - you can find links
the Q&A though Steve Trew wrote (see)Hi Kittenkat, love the name! the crossover from cycling through running is largely aerobic as I'm sure you kjnow. However I think there are two other benefits. When you're cycling, try to maintain around 90 to rpm
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