Half Marathon Nutrition Plan

It doesn't matter if you're an experienced runner, or you haven't ran since you were in school, there are some things that you're going to need to get right if you're going to get the most out of a half-marathon.

This guide is assuming that you've already got the training side of things covered, and you're just looking for advice on nutrition.

We're here to take a bit of the guesswork out of it for you, by showing your our proven half-marathon system that's been used to break numerous course records, and by your back-of-the-pack runners.

Hopefully it helps you enjoy your event as well.

We've paid our entry fee, trained hard and bought all the gear but the thing that often lets people down is fuelling correctly on race day. Whether you are looking to smash out a PB, pushing your body to its limits or are just looking to get round and survive. Taking on board the right fuel, at the right time can not only help you have a better run but it can also help you feel better during and after your big race.

Our guide is focussed around our products, a tried and tested system that is used by European and World class athletes. They are not 'sponsored' athletes receiving free products, these are some of the world's best who purchase the system to get the very best out of their races so please read on and if you have any questions please feel free to get in touch.

In the build up
Eat as you normally would (avoiding  processed and fast food), ideally balanced meals based around fresh food you prepare yourself and get into the habit of sipping water throughout the day   to ensure you are fully hydrated.

Days before
In the days prior to a Marathon it’s essential to ensure you’re system is as prepared as it can be, so our users often drink a Night Fuel in the evenings prior to an event as this helps to feed and nourish your muscles while you’re asleep and in your most restorative state.

Sipping an energy fuel the day before can also help with this process and if you have travelled, especially abroad then the vitamins and minerals in the energy fuel help to replenish your fatigued state. If you fly, drink plenty of water while you’re in the air to avoid dehydration.

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