Running manners matter. We all learned the basics of life etiquette, when to use a fork and when to use a spoon, how to make introductions, and when to say, “Excuse me,” but the rules of the road, path and track are unique to running; somewhere along the way, every runner needs to know them all, but most runners will find there are gaps in their knowledge. In this episode I’ll go over the rules of runner etiquette for running on the open road, on paved trails and on tracks. Yep, today I’m serving up running manners.
About Debbie Voiles
Debbie is a running coach who loves to work with all levels of runners from beginner runners working up to their first mile to first-time marathoners. Running form, motivation, race strategy, speed work, and cross training will all help you achieve your goals. Chat with Debbie on Google+ | LinkedIn | Facebook