- — Hal Higdon (@higdonmarathon)Wed, Oct 24 2012 15:20:40The body stores 2,000 calories glycogen in muscles, enough for maybe 20 miles running. Refueling en route is necessary for more than that.
- — Mario Fraioli (@mariofraioli)Thu, Oct 25 2012 16:37:30
- — Joshua Holmes (@bayou)Thu, Oct 25 2012 11:42:38
- — Marathon Run Running (@MarathonKoach)Thu, Oct 25 2012 10:59:10
- — meb keflezighi (@runmeb)Sat, Jul 21 2012 14:30:45
- — Hal Higdon (@higdonmarathon)Thu, Oct 18 2012 11:52:55I pack extra safety pins in case there are not enough in the race packet. Good for puncturing blisters after the race, though a bit icky.
- — hansonsrun (@hansonsrun)Wed, Oct 24 2012 15:18:01Marathon Race Tactic #1 Even pace or Negative splits always work best. If you run how you feel early, you will not like how you feel late
- — Mario Fraioli (@mariofraioli)Fri, Oct 05 2012 16:53:50#RacingTip: Shorten your stride & maintain EFFORT when going uphill. Take 10 strides once you crest to regulate breathing & refind rhythm.
- — PEAR Sports (@PEARsports)Tue, Sep 11 2012 15:04:48Tip from Matt Fitzgerald: do some form of strength training to complement running.Even 2 20-minute sessions per week will make a difference.
- — Janet CherobonBawcom (@JanetRuns)Sun, Sep 16 2012 10:02:20Another good long workout under my belt. Discovered that I like dissolving @GUEnergyLabs gels in my water - makes it easier & tastier too!
- — meb keflezighi (@runmeb)Mon, May 30 2011 21:35:02Nice recovery run @ Airport loop. By the way my easy recovery run is 10mi...it is different for everyone. Make sure you listen to the body!
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