three awesome tips for staying fueled for longer races

Three awesome tips for staying fueled for longer races

The human body can last, on average, 60-90 minutes on its stored muscle glycogen. Muscle glycogen (carbohydrate) is the primary fuel source used by the body for most endurance events. Fat is also a fuel but typically we have enough fat stored to last several days. If our muscle glycogen stores run out then it is known as hitting the wall or bonking. Due to the length of a marathon or long…

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