In the last post we discussed that fuel and fluids are essential during training. The experts recommend consuming up to 80 grams of carbohydrates and 24 ounces (710 mL) of fluids per hour while running. So whether you’ve chosen to re-fuel in fluid or non-fluid form, you’re going to need to carry fluids. Does this mean you will need to lug around a jug of water while running a marathon? Not exactly. Then, where in the world are you going to find oodles of fuel and fluids while running 26.2?