If you've never ran a marathon before now's the time to consider. Not only does it help improve mental and physical health, but it's also physically and spiritually liberating. And yes, there is such a thing called "runner's high," a natural feeling of euphoria experienced when a person loses a significant amount of weight and in tip top shape + metabolism is virtually moving at light speed. Completing marathons whether it's a half 13.1 mile marathon or a full 26.2 mile marathon produces a lifetime feeling of personal achievement. There's more to running marathons and putting on pretty running shoes, drinking protein shakes, doing times of cardio on the treadmill and at the local state park, and eating right. Training for marathons is more of a spiritual goal and mental challenge in being "mind over matter."
Are you up to the challenge of running a half marathon in New York City? It won't be in Manhattan this time around. You can start training now running in the Brooklyn 1/2 marathon on October 10, 2015. Not only will you make a personal achievement of crossing the finish line upon completion of 13.1 miles, but every mile you run will help a cancer patient. And if you don't want to train fully Brooklyn half marathon alone, you can hook up with others after registering at the website link below so they can help you prepare running for the Brooklyn half marathon and cross the finish line successfully. How cool is that?
Not only do they help your metabolism get re-railed & back on track, but they help you do the transformation work inside out.
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