I guess it's actually a fairly common issue:
Runner's diarrhea is characterized by frequent, loose bowel movements during or immediately after a run. Runner's diarrhea is most common in long-distance or marathon runners.
a study on this from 1984:
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/arti...8/?tool=pubmedThe urge to defecate, both during and immediately after running, occurred in over a third of runners. Bowel movements (35%) and diarrhea (19%) were relatively common after running, and runners occasionally interrupted hard runs or races for bowel movements (18%) or diarrhea (10%). Lower gastrointestinal disturbances were more frequent in women than in men and in younger than in older runners.
I know we have a few long distance runners or marathon runners on this board, maybe they can help us out with this. Have any of you ever felt the need to defecate while running?
Did he crap out of his dick?
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The Mayo Clinic wants you to experiment with crapping yourself while running. They should make that a study.At least one day before running, limit or avoid fiber and gas-producing foods, such as beans, bran, fruit and salad. If you run every day, experiment to find a tolerable level of fiber. Otherwise, simply eat high-fiber and gas-producing foods after you run.
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