I'm trying to find some information on the size of glycogen stores in normal people, and here especially in women. I know that the liver can store a substantial amount of glycogen, and the muscles have a lower concentration, but of course the amount of muscles is higher than the 'amount' of liver.
With this I want to know how much of that is accessible and how long normal women (smaller, less muscles) can run without bonking, given they are fit enough to keep up. Also, I wonder if this is time or distance limited as most papers talk about time until bonking and not distance. But of course everyone runs at a different pace, and especially non-athletes won't be that fast.