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The story is interesting, thank you, but makes no mention of how hydration and race day temperature affects the runner as far as hitting the wall. I would be interested in the influence on running by these factor on different individuals. In my case the warmer the tempeture the quicker I hit the wall granted I did not count calories intake before the marathons. Also the effect on the amount of training miles i.e. how much is enough.
p.s. how can individuals access the formula ?
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Thats so cool
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