Help with Running Cramps

Running cramps, particularly running calf cramps, afflict everyone from the person going out for a morning jog, to elite athletes. And it's not just runners that get cramps they can be a factor in any sport - tennis, swimming, golf, cycling and triathlon. This site is dedicated to sharing ideas and information between sports people, athletes, health practitioners, anyone who enjoys training - for the best ways to prevent, avoid and treat muscle cramp.

Sunday, July 09, 2006

Race Preparation and Cramp Prevention

A good article on race preparation

One of the recommendations in The Ultimate Cramp Busting Guide is to have a comprehensive plan that will prepare you for an event and help you prevent cramps and other injuries.

Most people think that a bowl of pasta the night before race day will help get you through - but it's this type of thinking that has probably helped you get cramps in the past and if you don't change your strategy you'll continue getting them in the future.

There's a ton of nutritional information in the 'Guide' - too much to go into right now - however two things you can do right now to prepare for your next race is:
1. Eat food with better nutrition
2. Eat and drink (water) more frequently

Perhaps the most important thing to do is to have a plan that works every time and which will get you through the event.

The Ultimate Cramp Busting Guide does that and a whole lot more.

Copyright - Paul Newland & Running Cramp Relief

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