It’s that time of year again, when distance runners feel tired and hungry ALL the time.

As you up your training, whether it’s couch-to-5k or up to marathon distance, your body needs time to repair itself. If you’re feeling particularly tired, you might need to go to bed earlier or even have a nap.

I know that if I’ve only got the energy to flop on the sofa or scroll through 400 Insta posts of kittens, it’s probably time for bed…

Published by Katie Gumbrell

I am a qualified teacher, specialist running coach and helper

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