Re-thinking drinking

When I ran my first marathon back in the late 1990s, the advice I heard around hydration for long training runs was clear and consistent: if you get thirsty, it’s already too late.

Dehydration was something you didn’t want to mess with, so you need to err on the side of drinking more, not less, water when you run.

In the years since, I’ve trained with run…

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