Thursday, June 23, 2011

About Running & Jogging: Reasons to Start Racing; 6 Mental Tricks for Races

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7 Reasons to Start Racing
Running races can be a fun, motivating, and confidence-boosting experience, but some runners are hesitant to enter their first road race. If you need convincing, here are some reasons to sign up for a 5K, 10K, or other race distance.
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6 Mental Tricks to Get Through Races
If you're fairly new to running, here are some tips for your first race day so you know what to expect.
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