Danish Marathoner Thijs Nijhuis ran an Olympic Qualifying standard of 2:10:57 at the Seville Marathon on 23rd of February 2020 and he returns to the Sweat Elite podcast this week to share his race report. Thijs describes each segment of his race at the Seville Marathon in detail, including sharing the short story of requiring a quick pit-stop.
In addition to his Seville Marathon race report, Thijs shares more information about his training leading into the Seville Marathon and discusses topics of interest from podcast listeners such as:
– Injury prevention exercises
– Strength training for Marathoners
– Changes made to general training plan in the build up for Seville
– Supplements and Vitamins
– Beginners advice
** We apologise for the short sections where Thijs’s internet cuts out temporarily. **
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