Just showing up is sometimes the hardest part. But building a workout into your daily routine and finding motivational goals can help you stick with it.Why Routines Matter
Set an alarm. Make a playlist. Join a training group. Find new running shoes you love. Do whatever it takes to just Show Up—we promise it’ll be worth it. So, whether you’re just getting started or starting again, make the decision this year to show up, and we’ll be there every step of the way.
Daylight hours are in short supply this time of year, so you'll likely find yourself running in the dark. When the sun goes down (or has yet to come up), make sure you run with visibility in mind.Run With Visibility In Mind
Staying warm during winter workouts is important to have a productive—and safe—run. As most of the country wades through winter's worst, knowing how to bundle up for running in the cold will help you make it through to spring.Cold Weather Running Gear
Running in the winter presents unique challenges. From icy air to slick sidewalks to early sunsets, there are plenty of factors to consider when heading out the door. Here's what you need to run safely in the winter: