Carbs on the Run

When Lance Armstrong ran his first marathon in New York City in 2006, he shocked the running world for a few reasons: He clocked a respectable 2:59:36 with little training, and he reportedly ate quite a few chocolate-flavored PowerBar Gels on his run from Staten Island to Tavern on the Green-15 in fact. Stomach churning? Yes. Unheard of? Not necessarily. Many runners are confused about how much fuel they need for a long run, whether in training or racing. Some eat too much, others too little. There are potential perils either way. Having the right long-run nutrition plan can make the difference between finishing strong and not finishing at all.

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