On the 18th of October I’ll be running my first half marathon! So, as I’m training for it, I’m running larger distances. These runs come with a new friend called Runger…
I enjoy summer runs! Less layers, summer tan, shorts (my all time favorite piece of clothing for sports and casual), and the nice shower afterwards is an extra bonus! Maybe you’ve figured out how to dress for the hot temperatures or maybe not. Here are a few tips!
If you’re an all year runner like me you must be really happy it’s almost spring. The weather is getting better each and every day! Also if you’re recently picking up on your running activities because of the better forecasts, a good weather runner as they call it, good for you! You’re getting active again. Can’t blame you, I certainly had to struggle more than a few times during those cold days to get my (freezing) butt moving. A blanket and some hot coco or tea seemed more appealing many times… but those treats felt better as a reward after a soaky run in the rain, a chilly run or after a run where the wind just blew you away. Feelin’ bad ass.
Anyhow, as the temperatures are rising… you’re probably wondering what to wear?
Is running one of your resolutions for 2015? Still haven’t started? No biggie, we’re in the second week of January. You can start whenever you want. Why start specifically in January if you also have February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November aaaand December? Anyhow, if you want to get started and don’t know how: I’ll tell you how I got started (for the record, after many attempts, it all started from July 2011 and on).