1. Get motivated and motivate others
For many runners, a race is a big motivator to get out the door and train on a regular basis. A virtual race is no different. Use this opportunity to pick a goal that is meaningful to you. Your goal should be specific, measurable and achievable based on your current fitness. The race date also provides a deadline to keep you going.
Invite friends to sign up and hold each other accountable. That might be through social media or with Zoom check-ins.
2. Connect with other runners virtually
You won’t toe the line in a big crowd of people, but on June 3, you’ll take on a personal challenge that will unite you with thousands of others. That in itself is powerful. Even before the race, you can connect virtually with our running community while you train (join Fleet Feet’s Strava Club).