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Businiess name:  Team in Training
Review by:  Lisa M.
Review content: 
Search JudysBook for Team in Training and look for their brochures in area businesses. I was only able to run 2 miles and I hated every minute of it. The thought of completing a marathon was simply out of the question. But it always nagged at me because the thought of completing a marathon would be such a HUGE accomplishment for me and to check that off my list of life accomplishments brought tears to my eyes. I found Team in Training and the experience was so awesome that it will always have a special place in my heart! 3 marathons later, I am loving the program, the life-long friends that I have made, and believe it or not, I now love the running!! The program offers you comprehensive training for an event (1/2 marathon, full marathon, triathlon, etc.) and they connect you with a honor patient for which you run for (an honor patient is someone who has survived, or is suffering from, Leukemia or Lymphoma). In exchange, you fundraise for the society. It's a win/win and will leave you with a lifetime of memories. My first marathon was in London and I am still in contact with my honor patient and run every day with my training partners. Enjoy!!

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