MARATHON

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MARATHON: What Most Runners Forget

A lot of effort is necessary to finish the 26.2 miles. The roughness of the distance affects both amateur and professional runners. For that reason, running a marathon is a great sport and personal achievement for those who reach the finish line and become marathoners. Cramps, dehydration, soreness and a high risk of injuries are some of the …

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Golden Rules to Improve your performance on the half and full marathon

Once you have managed to run your first 13.1 miles (half marathon) and 26.2 miles (marathon), trying to improve your personal best and lowering their running time tends to be most runners’ goal. Both distances are hard and demanding for your body and, for that reason, trying to improve your personal best is difficult and challenging. In …

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FAT AND MARATHONERS | IMPORTANCE

To run a half marathon (21 km or 13 miles) or a full marathon (42 km or 26.1 miles), our body needs much more energy compared to shorter races. Although many runners believe that carbohydrates (pastas are usually the favorite ones) are the only source of energy, for a half or a full marathon runner, fat is also …

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