Marathon training plan
Whether it’s a routine, ritual or habit, most longtime runners know exactly what they will eat the night before and morning of a big run. Take Lana Henricks, who works with Mill Race Marathon race manager Ken Long. She has run 14 full marathons and more than 30 half-marathons and is training for three more events this year. The morning of each run, she always has oatmeal with two dates, dried cranberries and five almonds plus half a bagel with a half of a banana and peanut butter.