I am honored to be back as a 2020 San Francisco Marathon Ambassador. 2020 will be the 43rd year of the San Francisco Marathon! This iconic race includes some of the amazing sites and sounds that San Francisco is famous for including Embarcadero, Fisherman’s Wharf, Crissy Field, Coit Tower, Golden Gate Park, and AT&T Park!
San Francisco Marathon is always a run positive experience with something for every runner. There are 2 different 5ks one on Saturday and one on Sunday, 2 different Half Marathons, a Full Marathon, and an Ultra Marathon. The Marathon and Ultra Marathon also include crossing the golden gate bridge twice as part of the course!
The ultramarathon also has the options for Solo Run (52.4 Miles ?), a Two-person relay (each runner doing a full marathon) and a Four-person relay option with every person completing a half marathon! The Ultra starts the evening before at about 11 pm and then the second lap starts with the regular marathon.
I also had the privilege of doing a running assessment at Perform 4 Life with Coach Pita, which was a very thorough 2 1/2 hour assessment on every aspect of my running economics and has been a huge asset in my training programs the last half of 2019. The standard Run Analysis currently runs $250 and includes (Video motion capture, Nutritional Recommendations, Advanced Motion Capture Gait Analysis, Muscle Testing and Movement Screen, Physiological Analysis- VO2 max, Ventilatory threshold, Max HR, Metabolic efficiency, Corrective Exercises and Access to our custom online portal) Some of this might have gone over your head, don’t worry they give you a list of exercises to help correct the issues they spot. Let them know that Nate (N8I) sent you 😉
If you are looking for an experience you will remember your entire life AND if you like saving money you are in luck because if you use my handy dandy ambassador code ‘AMBONATHAN’ you receive 15% off any of the aforementioned races!
“Is San Francisco a dreamy paradise of winding streets and fog-shrouded hills? Is it a groovy bohemian redoubt where the country’s counterculture came to flourish? Or is it a gated playground for kombucha-sipping tech workers? Outsiders can debate this endlessly, but locals know the truth: IT’S ALL OF THESE THINGS AND MUCH MORE. Getting to essence of the City by the Bay means focusing on experiences that embrace the mix – some classic, some new, some woefully overlooked.”
AAA VIA MAGAZINE, JANUARY 2019