A marathon is kilometers of overcoming oneself, one’s own weaknesses, both physical and moral. Each will finish a slightly different person. In addition, during a long run in the body there are physiological changes that we do not have to face in everyday life.
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After the marathon, the body needs recovery.
This is facilitated by a full sleep, a balanced diet, massages and the absence of physical activity for some time.
While you were running, you felt great, and after the finish did you feel unwell? This condition can not be ignored, be sure to contact the doctors who are on duty at the race. If you came to the race with a support group, ask your loved ones to go see a doctor. If you are alone, ask for help from any volunteer or runner.
Leg pain haunts every marathon runner.
To get rid of it faster, follow simple recommendations.
An average runner spends 3,000-4,000 calories per marathon. Even if it seems to you that you do not want to eat, eat small meals to avoid exhaustion and a sharp deterioration in well-being.
Each runner takes a different amount of time to recover. The main rule: while you do not want to run, you do not need to force yourself.
Wait until the body rests, and return to training with “fresh” legs.
* This material is not an advertisement for any medicine. Before use, consult a specialist.