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Whether along Vienna’s Ringstrasse, in the Prater, along the Danube Canal or even on the treadmill in your favourite fitness centre - the capital offers plenty of opportunities to really burn off all your energy. It doesn’t matter if you're a leisurely amateur runner or an unstoppable top sprinter! But after you have really worked up a sweat, it is time to recharge your batteries. Again, you are spoiled for choice in Vienna.
No matter what your goal is, whenever you slip into your running shoes you should definitely make sure you have enough to eat and drink afterwards. We will also tell you here where you can find delicious, wholefood meals or freshly-pressed juices directly after your run. And if you want to really spoil yourself on top of all that, then treat yourself to an extensive massage. We can also recommend several specialists who certainly know how to relieve any tension. That is enough to delight any runner’s heart!
The most important thing for runners is to make sure they consume enough liquid – especially when the asphalt in the city is burning hot. Still water is the best thing before and during the sport; afterwards freshly pressed juice is also a very good choice.
Running for one hour burns several hundred calories. It is not only important that you drink enough, but also that you fill up on energy with a healthy, wholefood meal. Several restaurants and food bars have opened in Vienna in the past years, which prove that a healthy meal does not have to be boring.
Regeneration doesn’t only mean drinking and eating well, but also resting and being pampered from time to time. A really good massage can help to release tension or simply to switch off. But if you haven’t already got a masseur you trust, then you may not know where to go ….
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