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👟12 Running Gifts You Wish Were Real 🎁

👟12 Running Gifts You Wish Were Real 🎁

Maybe if some of these running products existed, 2020 would have been just a little less miserable. Anyway, one can always dream! Enjoy our list and happy holidays, gangstas! 🎄

 

1. Finally, an Advent calendar that’s practical! 👟

2. Why wait until the race is over to start partying? 🤪🍺🍺

3. An app for all those clueless coworkers who tell you, “I don’t even DRIVE that far!” 😑🤦‍♂️🤦‍♀️

4. Coros is really stepping up their game -...


Scary Campfire Stories For Runners

Scary Campfire Stories For Runners

Runners beware: these harrowing tales told in rhyme are sure to replay all night in your mind! 😈

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Homeschool Lesson Plans for Parents Who Are Runners:

Homeschool Lesson Plans for Parents Who Are Runners:

As the Covid-19 Pandemic drags on, an increasing number of parents are making plans to homeschool their children this fall. Being a teacher is hard, especially if you don't have a teaching degree, hold another job and are trying to run consistently.

We hope these lesson plans, meticulously crafted by parents who are runners themselves, make this semester a little less stressful! 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


10 Covid-19 Themed PIck-Up Lines For Runners

10 Covid-19 Themed PIck-Up Lines For Runners

COVID-19 has been a game-changer in 2020, to say the least. Not only has it claimed countless lives, wreaked havoc on economies and left many unemployed, it has also impacted the dating scene. If you’re a runner and planning to score a date in the middle of a pandemic, you’re going to have to get a little more creative with your pick-up lines. Here a few ideas to get you started:

1. Do you self-isolate on this trail often?

2. It could be from running with this mask, but you take my breath away!

3.  You must be...


3 Mental Techniques I Use On Race Day When The Going Gets Tough

When you’re racing long distances, inevitably you’ll enter that dark place which many runners refer to as the “pain cave.” In addition to averting a physical collapse, you’re probably battling the siren-esque voice in your head that’s tempting you to slow down, let other runners pass, or even drop out completely. The mental strategies I’m going to share may not, and probably never will, turn off the negative chatter completely. However, I hope they can help you reduce its volume to mere background noise. Here are three techniques that I use...