Do you ever find yourself falling short of your fitness goals simply because you aren’t motivated enough? If you don’t have a goal in mind, it could be challenging to push yourself to the point you want to be at. However, that’s an easy problem to solve: Just set yourself a new fitness goal, and go for it. Wonder what kind of goal you should set? If you really want to go all out, make plans to lace up to Run the Alamo. This marathon and half-marathon are going to be huge, and you don’t want to miss out on your chance to race to the finish line!
This event is taking place on March 8, and you can register now. Space is filling up, so you’ll want to take advantage of this opportunity as soon as possible. The price of registration really depends on what kind of race you want to run, so go online and look at your options. And even if you can’t make it out to the real event, you also have the chance to run a virtual marathon, so everyone can be a part of the fun.
Before you register, take a look at the race you want to run and what time it starts. Since this is such a huge event, you’ll want to make sure you arrive there at the correct time.
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A Race for Everyone
If you are just at the beginning of your fitness journey, then you may be intimidated by just how long these runs are. However, there seriously are race options for just about anyone who comes out. You may want to do a dash-run, which is much shorter than the other options and gives you a chance to feel it out. That’s an excellent option for those who aren’t confident with the idea of doing a much longer race yet.
However, others may want to take things a step further. If you are an avid running and you really want to push yourself, why not go for the whole marathon? It’s sure to be a challenge, but there’s a good chance that you’re also going to have a lot of fun. Plus, imagine how wonderful you’re going to feel the second you cross that finish line.
So, why not try something new on your fitness journey? Lace-up your running shoes, and come out to Run the Alamo!