Green Bay—March 6, 2012—Runners need to stay hydrated to perform at peak levels, but the body also needs other types of fuel to push toward the finish line. Boston Marathoner and Prevea Health Nutritionist, Deb Guenterberg, will offer tips on how to stay properly fueled during both training season and race day, including how to train on a gluten-free or vegetarian diet. Deb will also discuss foods to avoid and how certain foods can boost or hinder performance.
Nutrition for Runners
Wednesday, March 6
7 to 8 p.m.
Titletown Brewing Co., 200 Dousman Street, Green Bay (second floor)
Prevea Pints & Pointers is a free educational series where expert speakers offer tips and answer questions about running to help prepare runners for the Cellcom Green Bay Marathon and other long distance running events. Members of the Prevea Sports Medicine team and Cellcom Green Bay Marathon are on hand at each event to answer questions. Events take place at Titletown Brewing Co. so participants can relax, enjoy refreshments, mingle and learn from fellow runners. All abilities are welcome—from first-time half marathoners to veteran full marathoners.
For more information about Prevea Pints & Pointers including the remaining four events, visit http://www.prevea.com/Pints_and_Pointers.nws.