Proper Nutrition & Training

"When you're training for a marathon you're also training your diet, you're training yourself and your body and your eating habits. There are a lot of benefits if you choose to load up on carbs the night before the race, because what you're trying to do is building up your glycogen stores in your body," says Dr. Derek Papp, Sports Medicine Physician at Miami Orthopedics and Sports Medicine Institute.

This is very important, because, according to him, your body is taking all of that energy and it is storing it inside your muscles, so when you wake up the next morning and you go on your race ideally your body is full of fuel.

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