HDFC Bank Malad Run, RUN against CHILD LABOR

HDFC Bank Malad Run

hdfc HDFC BANK MALAD RUN It?s marathon buildup time and it?s time to pull your socks up to pace yourself to clock the miles in for the long runs. A marathon is a synonym for the challenges you can overcome when you push yourself against the odds (YOU vs YOU). A challenge which helps you discover a lot about yourself. It?s said that everything you ever wanted to know you can learn in 26 miles. For some, it?s a challenge moving from couch-to-marathon which might not be an easy task, but with the right nutrition, training and sheer determination, NOTHING IS IMPOSSIBLE, right? While some run for themselves, some run for a cause. HDFC BANK MALAD RUN is one such run with a cause. HDFC BANK MALAD RUN is a RUN against CHILD LABOR. The HDFC Bank Malad Run aims to raise awareness about the ill effects of child labor. This 25th February, 2018 is the day to take pledge to say NO to CHILD LABOR. The race categories for HDFC Bank Malad Run held on 25th February, 2018 are 3 KM, 6KM and 10KM. The marathon is affiliated with Mumbai Athletic Association and will serve as a qualifier for all major marathons in the city. All participants can avail T-Shirts, goodie bags, medals and refreshments and will commence from 5.45 am and end at 8.45 am. To run a marathon, you need to develop your base. Here?s how to develop your base for the HDFC BANK MALAD RUN, 2018 scheduled this 25th February, 2018. To build up for a race, there are two things that are very essential. They are:
  • Right Nutrition
  • Right Training
While you strive hard to train, make sure that your body supports you equally well and doesn?t struggle hard to meet your increased needs. To ensure same, you need to make your body is happy and healthy which is possible only and only with the incorporation of right and balanced nutrition, changes in lifestyle, and a well-planned exercise and training regimen. Gif-Happy-&-Healthy Nutrition is an indispensable part of training and training without right nutrition is detrimental to your performance. Maintaining daily bone health, immunity, muscle health, hydration and overall well-being and vitality are the key challenges every runner faces. To combat these everyday challenges, here are a few Everyday Essentials: Blog---EveryDay-Essentials Running takes a toll on your hydration levels and while we sweat, we tend to lose a lot of electrolytes which leads to deadly dehydration. Dehydration can have a deteriorating effect on your performance and can be the reason behind your downfall in the marathon, which is a STRICT NO. To ensure, you have a well-hydrated run, HDFC BANK MALAD RUN held on 25th February, 2018 will be hydrated by Fast&Up as their OFFICIAL HYDRATION PARTNERS. Fast&Up Reload is a superior combination of Electrolytes, Vitamins, Minerals, Antioxidants and Carbohydrates. Reload Berry While we run, we sweat. While we sweat, electrolytes are lost which help maintain fluid balance in the body. Fast&Up Reload ensures quick and effective replenishment of electrolytes lost in sweat and Vitamins, Minerals, Antioxidants like Calcium, Vitamin D3, Magnesium, Vitamin B12 help support physical and mental functions in the body. They help relieve muscle exhaustion and stress in the body and help rehydrate the body without drying mouth. Carbohydrates like Maltodextrin and Fructose in 2:1 ration help provide Instant and Sustained Energy. To break the performance barrier, follow a run system of PRE-DURING-POST in accordance to the ?nutrient timing?. For PRE-RUN, opt for Fast&Up Activate ? 30 minutes before run to stay longer in the run and to increase oxygen availability in the body, For DURING-RUN, opt for Fast&Up Reload for Hydration, and Fast&Up Energy Gel for Instant Energy Boost of 102 Kcal per single serving gel sachet during run. POST-RUN, opt for Fast&Up Recover ? 30 minutes post workout for recovery. Untitled-4 (1) To know more on how to maximize your performance, visit RUN FOR A CAUSE, RUN TO STOP CHILD LABOUR

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