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  • #FullMarathon: Plan on Running a Marathon in Colorado?

    #Colorado #marathons are #interesting. You must #dedicate yourself to #achieving the #completion of a #halfmarathon or #fullmarathon. If you like #running and #participating in #marathonruns, #DenverColorado is your #place -

    Marathon preparation is tons of work. On the flip side, it can be a lot of fun too. Preparing yourself mentally for a marathon is a labor of love that can bring out the best in you. And, running marathons, believe it or not, does give you a feeling of accomplishment, as well as "runner's high." How so? Feeling a runner's high in the moment comes from not only completing 13.1 miles or 26.2 miles, but it's also coming from an abundance of endorphins released in your system, from going lengthy ways in completing marathon work.

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  • #FullMarathon Preparation Ideas

    How to #prepara your #metabolism , #mind, #body, and #spirit for a #fullmarathon -

    Getting in shape and changing your habits in preparation for a full marathon is no joke. If you never ran a marathon before and in preparation stages, rest assured training for a 26.2 mile marathon will bring some things out of you you never knew was inside, whether it's good or bad. For those who never ran a 26.2 mile marathon a day in life and getting ready for one, you'll never be the same again in life if and when you successfully cross the finish line

    Preparing for a 26.2 mile marathon is an uphill battle. It requires getting out of your mental comfort zone and adjusting to new healthy habits. It requires going the extra mile changing your eating habits and exercise-cardiovascular routines. If you want something bad enough you will go above and beyond to achieve it.

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