Last Minute Marathon Tips: Nikon D90

Last Minute Marathon Tips: Nikon D90

Last Minute Marathon Tips: shot with Nikon D90 from Mike Kobal on Vimeo.

This one is for you runners out there (if you don’t run, forward it to your friends and family members who do, they will thank you for it), esp if you are preparing to run a marathon this fall, watch this essential two minute video! First time marathoner or multi time marathoner alike, it will help you succeed and avoid silly mistakes that can cost minutes or even force you to drop out. This short video is my friend Toby Tanser’s idea. Toby, with more then 160 international race victories during his professional career, the author of The Essential Guide to Running the New York City Marathon, Train Hard, Win Easy, is also the founder of Shoes4Africa. He lives and coaches in NYC.
Shot with the Nikon D90, 17-35mm. FCP, MisFire effects.

18 thoughts on “Last Minute Marathon Tips: Nikon D90

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  2. Denise

    Love it!!!! My friends and I are training for a marathon. I’m passing this on to them. GREAT ADVICE! Thank you!!

  3. RunFasterDaddy

    Very cool. Just emailed it to my buddy who’s doing Chicago this weekend. I like the make a list idea. It’ll keep me from unzipping my suitcase 3 dozen times.

    Thanks for posting.

  4. mike.kobal Post author

    Good luck everybody, you will need it, no matter how well prepared you are. I ran three New York and as a lazy Ex Austrian opt to watch it on TV these days.

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  6. Daniel

    Insanely wonderful! The tips are great, but I had to watch a couple of times since I couldn’t stop staring at Toby’s coat. Holy cow.

    Also – Amadou & Miriam totally rock.

  7. Claire

    All my friends and I who are running marathons this year are loving this !! Very nice job .. great tips – and fun ! and your buddy is kinda cute too ! LOL

  8. nahiku888

    Well done and entertaining – loved the speed and effects – both worked FOR the content, not against it. Great choice on the music too.

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