Get to the Finish Line within your Target Time
If you are running the Tata Mumbai Marathon (TMM) on Sunday 19th January 2020 and want to get to the finish line within your target time then I have the perfect gift for you. Pace bands that are calibrated specifically for that race!
This year we have very low uncertainty about the final routes [and, therefore, metre-by-metre elevation profile] so here goes…
These wonderful gifts are free and available for you below. If you have not read about the (technical) background behind the creation of these gifts for you, you should definitely read more about them here. The actual gifts (to download) and instructions-for-use (video) are just below.
My Dream Wish – Your Gift
I have a short [93-secs] fun video to show you how to use the bands. The links to your free bands are below, just scroll further down. We had designed, specifically for the 2020 edition of the Mumbai Marathon, the following:
-Pacer Bands for the Half Marathon
-Pacer Bands for the Full Marathon
Scroll down to pick the one, or as many, that are right for you…
Healthy Distraction – The 2-hour PunjabiPartyBus PostPreview
If you have not yet registered (FREE!) to be on my fun pacing bus to a 2-hour target, go here and click on one of the many registration links.
To watch the promo PostPreview film watch this.
Instruction Video for your Band (93 seconds)
Your Half Marathon Bands – CLICK on as many as you wish – it’s your choice
Disclaimer for other races
A word of caution to remember – these bands have been calibrated specifically for the Mumbai Marathon 2020 route and elevation profile. Although they might (approximately) work for other races of similar distance, they will not be ideal and you might find yourself being ahead or behind of the band at certain points of that other race.
Click, Print, Cut, Wear… Pose… and Run!
Dr Purnendu Nath spends his waking hours focusing on helping individuals and organizations reach their goals, to make the world a better place. He speaks, writes and advises on topics such as finance, investment management, discipline, education, self-improvement, exercise, nutrition, health and fitness, leadership and parenting.