How to Recover From Running a Marathon (or a Race That Felt Like One)
The Strategist discusses how to recover from a marathon and includes guidance from experts including Brett G. Toresdahl, MD, sports medicine physician at HSS.
Dr. Toresdahl advised to keep moving after the race. “Standing or sitting immediately after a race can make a runner feel lightheaded or even pass out because blood will pool in the legs,” he noted.
He added, “Walking keeps the muscles in use and blood circulating.”
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