“In running, it doesn’t matter whether you come in first, in the middle of the pack, or last. You can say, ‘I have finished.’ There is a lot of satisfaction in that.” 
~ Fred Lebow, New York City Marathon co-founder

Not sure if running is a common choice of an everyday commuting method, but maybe it should be! With showering facilities on the campus, it’s definitely doable. We’d love to hear from those who instead of walking, cycling or rollerblading actually jog to school or work!

Online Tools

Here’s a useful tool for mapping your running routes: It gives you an option of creating your own account which then helps you keep track of your workouts.

And, to give you some incentive, here’s a calorie counter that shows you how much you burn per workout!

Getting more serious

A very good website to find tips on how to start running, as well as training plans, list of running events, and much much more is right hereSo much information all in one place!

If you want to take running a bit more seriously why not look up Nike Running Club on Facebook? Classes are free and open to all levels! It’s a great way to meet new people, find people to run with and get some great running advice!


One comment

  1. I don’t run everyday but try to run to or from work at least a few times a week. I only live 4.5 miles away from the office so is a manageable distance. It is a really nice way to get some exercise in without needing a lot of equipment, just put on your trainers a go!

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