4 Truths Nobody Ever Tells You About Training (But I Will)

Frazier, Rozalynn S.; Fitness, Health
July 2013
Health (Time Inc.);Jul/Aug2013, Vol. 27 Issue 6, p59
The author offers tips on training for running a marathon which include having commitment towards completing the training, keeping in mind the inspiration and he refers running as mental strength.


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