For sports nutritionists who work with athlete clients who want to train and compete in marathons or shorter distances. It is important to understand the kinds of foods and routines their trainers will be using. The book has evidence-based research and extensive hands-on years of experience on improving performance. The authors give practical ways to eat and avoid issues with training and competition, including nutrition and hydration, balancing training and recovery, calorie and glycogen replacement, the older marathoner, and race day strategies. They offer detailed schedules to improve times and fitness without injuries.
“One of the most comprehensive and trusted resources for marathoners.” Runner’s World
“Advanced Marathoning provides a focused purpose for every day so that you get to race day fit enough, rested enough, and healthy enough to have a great experience.” Molly Huddle, Two-time Olympian marathoner