You train for numerous hours and thousands of miles in pursuit of your marathon goals, and for good reason: the marathon distance demands it to succeed.
Early morning runs or evening runs, track sessions, and long runs on the weekends-whether you’re working towards that first marathon finish line or chasing a PR, chances are you’re pretty meticulous in your marathon plan and hitting those weekly training goals.
But what about your nutrition?
Your marathon experience will only be as good as your preparation for it, and that includes your fueling plan: we simply don’t have enough stored glycogen to run a high-end aerobic effort for much beyond a few hours.
And when that stored glycogen gets used up, well, the dreaded “wall” looms large and has derailed many a marathoner’s best laid plans.
So how do you get those additional caloric needs met to feel as strong as possible until the end? What should you eat and drink? And at what point in the race do you do it?
Marathon fueling explores the various endurance products and fueling strategies out there to help you stay strong until the finish line.
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