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    Links to prior threads or other resources for commonly asked questions. Race nutrition - Title - anyone NOT hit the wall during marathon? http://www.runningahead.com/forums/post/288b1393cecd46aebc786624e5fa996b#focus Add yours...


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      Can this thread be a sticky? Great idea, Trent.


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        Weight loss - Title | Who knows something about nutrition? http://www.runningahead.com/forums/post/3261b609596a410fa5173640649286c9#focus


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          Interval Training - Title ~ Interval purposes (side topic from pg3 of "other than experience" thread) http://www.runningahead.com/forums/post/7e95fbbcb119401b942bd0d9443755a1#focus


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            Common abbreviations around here - Title ^ CAD, DH, COPD, HTFU, ......... http://www.runningahead.com/forums/post/8611eead1875422c975da9b875ab4956#focus
              Hey Trent, good idea. Would you mind also putting the titles of the threads in your posts in case we recognize them?


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                On the long run and weekly milage - Title: Help! I'm Stuck. http://www.runningahead.com/forums/topic/9fe264250d2148668f642edb3a96ad1f/0 It includes this gem, from Mikeymike: Nothing magical happens at 20 miles. You don't suddenly switch to burning fat over carbs or any other such physiobabble. You're always burning both, and the mix depends on effort/pace, not distance. Run a lot of weekly miles at low intensities and you'll become damned efficient and using fat as a fuel source to spare your glycogen. "The Wall" is purely a function of outrunning your fitness level. If you run the first 15 miles too fast, you'll hit the wall no matter how many long runs you've done over 20 miles. And if you go out slow enough you'll never hit it even if your longest run ever was 10 miles.
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