Heavy As Lead: From 300lbs to Running the Leadville 100 Miles – 😃 THANKS FOR WATCHING 👍

https://youtu.be/HR6PUbVEfqU

VERY INSPIRING RUNNING DOCUMENTARY

Heavy as Lead is the story of Jason Cohen, who went from 300lbs to just a short 7 years later found himself running the Leadville Trail 100.

Jason, at the age of 27, found himself looking at the number 297 on his bathroom scale. Jason resolved to never let that number touch 300 and has since lost over 120 pounds. His incredible journey has taken him through his battle with obesity and took him to the starting line of the Leadville Trail 100 Race on August 18th, 2018. This film documents Jason’s story of losing the weight, becoming an athlete, and running the Leadville 100.

Jason was given the idea to tell his story by his good friend, Mark LeBlanc, who realized that Jason’s story needed to be told to the world. Mark is co-creating Heavy as Lead with Jason and is the person behind the camera for much of the film.

More information and contact information can be found at www.heavyaslead.com Instagram – @jason_cohen
Produced, Directed, Filmed, & Edited – Mark LeBlanc & Jason Cohen
Aerial Cinematography – Mark LeBlanc, Dane Christensen, Jamie Orillion, Jason Cohen
Additional Footage – Jamie Orillion, Chase Smith, Elizabeth LeBlanc, Isaac Cook, Carolyn Gray
Colorist – Chase Smith
Sound Mixer – Josh Baggenstoss
Sound Supervisor – Jason Camiolo
Special thanks to these brands for helping me along this journey – Arc”Teryx – Altra – Normatec – Compex – Rudy Project – Rumble Roller – Skratch – Path Projects – Leki – Health Warrior Superfoods – Huma Chia Energy Gel – Passenger Coffee – Thinksport – Helinox – Sitka – Hydrapak

I do not own anything. All credits go to the right owners. No copyright intended. Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for “fair use” for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.

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