8. Keep your metabolism up and running.
Plan to take in some calories during your run, especially if it's a long one. “Since your liver can store 2,000 calories of glycogen, and running a marathon burns much more than 2,000 calories, you’re going to bonk if you try to run 26.2 miles without refueling because of that deficit,” Kastor says.
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