26 Sep '17, 1pm

Race Week Pains: Real or Phantom? The Science of Niggles

have come up with two explanations for the aches and sickness: adrenaline and immunity. During training, especially peak week, you’re pushing your body to it’s limits and it responds by adding in some adrenaline to keep you going, which suppresses the immune system and helps you power through. Once, you begin taper the immune system goes in to overdrive ready to kick out anything that looks like an illness. That means you’re more susceptible to anything that’s going around (especially when you hop on that plane to travel to the race!). It’s also why you might get sick in the days after a race!

Full article: https://www.runtothefinish.com/race-week-pains-real-or-ph...

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