Posts tagged 26.2
The Best Signs Of The 2015 TCS NYC Marathon

NEW YORK you got your funny on at this year's TCS NYC Marathon. WHO DOESN'T LOVE A FUNNY RACE DAY SIGN? I sure do! I love them so much, I hug the edges so I can read them all and give out imaginary awards to the funniest signs. Let's play my favorite game, THE BEST SIGNS OF THE 2015 TCS NYC MARATHON.

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Why Run A Marathon If You Don't Want to Run a Marathon?

Why run a marathon if you don't want to run a marathon? It's time for Episode 3 of the Road to Run, Selfie, Repeat and we're talking about why I ran my first marathon!

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How To Convince Yourself to Run a Marathon

Most runners follow a distance progression. They may start with a 5K or 10K then decide to go for 13.1. Some start at 13.1 but shy away from the dreaded 26.2. Then there are the serious crazy people who start at 26.2 or ultra marathons. Everyone's different and there is no right or wrong progression when it comes to the marathon. The hardest part of a marathon is registering. (DISCLAIMER: That's a slight exaggeration...) This is for all you runners who are trying to convince yourselves to sign up for a marathon:

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10 Race Day Tips and Tricks

Running a marathon is both terrifying and spectacular. The months of hard work and sacrifices will lead to a 26.2 mile run that will take you from “I’m not sure I am going to make it” to “I can’t believe I just did that.” If you are trying to find the courage to pull the trigger or are stressing about your first or hundredth 26.2, here are some tips to make the process a lot less scary and even more spectacular:

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My First Marathon: From Impossible to Possible

I want to introduce you to a very driven and inspiring Run, Selfie, Repeater named Rachel who's "My First Marathon Story" will make you take a second to reevaluate your goals, pinpoint what's holding you back, and realize that there's more at stake than just being able to say you did it. Introducing Rachel and her truly inspiring my first marathon story...

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