#1. YOU NEED A NEW ACCOMPLISHMENT
Instead of reliving your high school football days when you scored four touchdowns in one game at Polk High, create a new accomplishment to brag about. Training and running the race won’t be easy, but it’ll be a rewarding sense of accomplishment when you cross the finish line. That confidence can carry over into three key areas of your life — women, work, and women.
Also, don’t feel like you have to be in Fabio-shape to participate. It’s more about endurance and determination than athleticism. If a dude who’s in as good of shape as Bam Margara’s dad can run it, so can you.