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Cross Training Days- I use PiYo in my Marathon prep

Cross Training Days

Challenge Group Testimonial!

Michelle McCombs
I want to share a testimonial from one of my clients named Michelle.  What I love is that by being a part of our challenge group she has began to set bigger goals and go after things on her bucket list.   She has decided to run a marathon and is using PiYo for her cross training days and it’s so exciting to see her get stronger and more confident.  This is WHY we are Team Beachbody Coaches <3
“I’ve gone back and forth with putting running a marathon on my bucket list.  (I’ve never run more than 4-5 miles at one time in my life, and I haven’t been running for several years now).  I have, however, been walking with friends, and have built up my walking mileage.  A few months ago, I received an email from a local running store advertising a free training for a 1/2 marathon or a full marathon, and decided it would be fun to sign up and train for a 1/2 marathon this October (with a goal of continuing training and doing a full marathon next year).  Since I’ve signed up, I’ve had a friend from work join which has definitely helped with the motivation, and I’ve also made a new friend through the running group which meets once a week for the scheduled long runs.
I’m getting better each day, but I can definitely tell a difference in my strength and stamina.  We’re still early in the training, but I can run three miles without stopping (which I havent’ done in over 10 years).  I am also doing PiYo for my cross training days, and I’ve noticed a huge difference in my ability to get through those workouts as well.  P.S. Watch for 3 miles to go to 4 miles after Saturday!
I will make this a lifestyle because It’s about the journey, not the destination.  Every day is a new day, and I will definitely slip and fall along the way, but the important thing is to get back up and keep going forward. It’s worth it for your health, for you personally and for those that you love.”