Training for a Spring 2024 half or full marathon?
LEARN HOW TO FUEL YOUR TRAINING RUNS
& GET READY FOR RACE DAY
Live sessions will be: Feb. 15, 29 & March 7, 2024
What you'll learn:
Session 1: Pre-run fuel & recovery nutrition
What, when, and how much to eat before your run
Post-run nutrition to recover faster after your run
Nutrition considerations for master runners over 40
Session 2: Fueling & hydrating during your long run
How many carbs you need during your run
Determining your fluid & electrolyte needs
Pros/cons of caffeine & how to strategically use it
How to prevent stomach problems, muscle cramps, nausea, & headaches
Session 3: Race day fueling strategy
How to properly carbohydrate load to avoid "hitting the wall" on race day
What & when to eat race day morning
Fueling logistics of race day (how to carry fluids/gels)
Destination race travel tips; logistics of fueling for specific races (i.e. late start time)
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This 3-part masterclass series includes THREE (60-minute) Zoom sessions designed to help you understand how to fuel for your upcoming half or full marathon.
You'll learn what to eat before and after your run; how to create a fueling & hydration plan for during your run; carbohydrate load for race day. Each session is about 60 minutes in length and includes a live Q&A.
WANT TO AVOID "HITTING THE WALL"
DURING YOUR NEXT RACE?
Hey, I'm Kristy!
Kristy Baumann, RDN
I am a 12x marathon runner, mom, and carb lover. I've been where you are. For the longest time, I thought I was fueling properly for race day -- even after becoming a dietitian. Except, I would struggle to keep my pace, always get muscle cramps, and experience GI issues on race day. I thought carbohydrate loading was eating a large pasta dinner the night before the race and staying hydrated was just about drinking water. But, I was missing one of the most powerful tools as a runner - a proper fueling strategy. Since making changes, it has transformed my running. Now I help other runners learn how to properly fuel so they no longer 'hit the wall', or experience cramping, or GI issues on race day.