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Everyone who is “in the run” has come to the point asking himself: How to run faster and longer?
If you have read my story, you already know that I have been into running and fitness almost all my life. I have been struggling with speed and length all my life.
I have been jogging, running and sprinting as part of my physical exercises.
As my job got intense, my time for exercising was decreased. My running speed and the mileage decreased, too. And so, my fitness declined with lacking support.
And then, a turn over happened. I decided I did not want to neglect my fitness. So, I started exercising and preparing for my first Ultramarathon.
In order to prepare for the Ultramarathon, I had to apply all my previous knowledge on how to run faster and longer.
So, how to run faster and longer?
This blog post originally appeared on dcookfitness.com on Sunday, May 10, 2015, by my wife Darlene Cook, Independant Beachbody Coach.
This is an intro to my very exciting experience: Running the KEYS Ultramarathon with my wife’s support, Darlene.
Read more about it in my continuing post, here.
Do you like running?
I personally love running. I run regularly with my husband.
I’m doing this because I have my husband’s full support. He has mine, too. That is why we can do this together.
We started small, but now: Guess what?
We are going to run the Florida Keys Ultramarathon.
Our very first Ultramarathon!
I had never really been in to exercise classes. I just used to walk and jog in order to stay in shape.
But, when I became Beachbody coach I and started their fitness programs I toned up and I managed to increase mileage and start running, not just jogging.