10 results for tag: Race Tips
Contributed by Kelli Hashimoto, a 2018 Ambassador for The Biofreeze San Francisco Marathon.
One week post-marathon and it already feels like a lifetime ago.
Many of you already know my proposal story at last year’s The Biofreeze San Francisco Marathon. I couldn’t quite top that this year but I still had a blast. I had ...
As you prepare for race weekend, we have one final bit of advice from Dr. Jeff:
To reduce your chance of post-BSFM illness, don’t shake hands. Hugs reduce blood pressure, release good chemicals in the body, and do not transmit microbes.
Skip the carb loading meal and run empty (see Train Well 1 blog: Carb ...
You may have registered at the 2017 race expo, or you may have registered ten minutes ago: regardless, without hesitation – and with a whole bunch of excitement! – we can finally say that IT’S FINALLY RACE WEEK for THE BIOFREEZE SAN FRANCISCO MARATHON, half, 5k, and ultra!
People handle race week pretty differently, much ...
Many runners travel from all around the world to run The Biofreeze San Francisco Marathon! If not properly prepared, jet lag can wreak havoc on your body pre- and post-race. Fortunately, we have some great tips on fighting jet lag for runners! The following blog article comes from Anthony Luke MD, MPH and our Medical Provider ...
Does consuming calories during a marathon improve performance? Physiology’s answer is no.
2,000 calories of carbohydrate (glucose in glycogen) are stored in the body (1,600 calories in muscle, and 400 calories in liver).
110,000 calories of fat (3 fatty acids in triglycerides, released by Lipase) are stored in ...
Contributed by Jody Stoops, a 2018 Ambassador for The Biofreeze San Francisco Marathon.
This July 29th will mark my 10th year running at The Biofreeze San Francisco Marathon (you can probably guess that it's one of my favorite race courses!). From the early morning start, to the sunrise on the Golden Gate Bridge, to the lush ...
Ever wonder how pace teams form, and what the etiquette is for running with them? Here are answers to the top 5 most commonly asked questions we hear regarding pace groups on race day.
Contributed by Stephanie Laska (@140Lost), Pacer for the 2018 San Francisco Marathon and Nuun Ambassador
1. Who can join a pace team? ...
We Have Great News - New 5K Pricing Available!
Thanks to our 5K Sponsor (and Official Training Partner), The Run Experience, new pricing for our 5K is now available! If you’re not registered yet, don’t miss out!
Registered and ready to run your best race yet?
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Staying properly hydrated will be key to a successful race day. Each individual is different, but keep these guidelines in mind and tweak them to suit your individual hydration needs.
Guest Blogger Charlie Johnston: Excuse me, sir, your nipples are bleeding.