When you’re at a group run or a race, there’s always that one group of people, the ones who just make you cringe and wonder where they went wrong in life. They compliment each other, make time to help one another, and they are always telling stories about how they get up crazy early to run, or how sometimes they skip a run all together just so they can be there for their families. They high-five each other and sometimes even hug each other after a run or race, even if it didn’t go well! This strange group of women can be seen smiling and laughing, and never seem to care who is the fastest of the group.
Not you. No way, you don’t want to be like those people.
We don’t want you to get caught up in that friendly, supportive environment, so here are a few ways to assure that you retain your asshole runner status despite all that positive support from “the others.” Read more >>