Run with a pair of
adequate running shoes.
Don’t settle for one that appeals the eye but
rather one that is compatible with your feet.
With the right shoes, you will be far
less prone to injury.
Dress accordingly to the weather
so that you won’t
overheat or freeze.
If unsure, be on the safe side and
wear an extra layer of clothing.
Run after warming up.
Cold muscles are more unlikely to
not cooperate to move quickly.
Run to a part of town
you’ve never been to before.
Don’t hop on the treadmill when
there’s a whole world to be explored.
Run and then stretch out.
Show your muscles the care and respect they deserve
after helping you endure
the countless strides you have taken.
Run because you want to.