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    I am currently in the process of training for an ultra marathon at the 100 mile mark. Does anyone have any recommendations for shoes and super foods to snack on that will keep me energized?
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    Originally Posted by mannheimes View Post
    I think the most important thing is shoes and water. Personally ran 20 kilometers and never ate, only drank water.
    Big difference between 20km and >160km. Food become essential, and you have to find what works for you. Eg I was doing fine in training on sports drinks and gels, but 8 hours into the event I reached a point where I couldn't touch another sweet thing for the rest of the race.
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    Originally Posted by Kewbrah View Post
    Big difference between 20km and >160km. Food become essential, and you have to find what works for you.
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    Originally Posted by wesleyboy765 View Post
    only fresh fruits and honey will help you to be energy
    Lol no.
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    Originally Posted by Kewbrah View Post
    Big difference between 20km and >160km. Food become essential, and you have to find what works for you. Eg I was doing fine in training on sports drinks and gels, but 8 hours into the event I reached a point where I couldn't touch another sweet thing for the rest of the race.
    See how I start using a Vaseline or Vicks vapor rub usually works pretty well if you are trying to keep the sweat from rubbing holes in your skin
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