The days are getting shorter and the nights, longer. It’s dreaded territory for most runners, as morning and evening runs become not only cold and dark, but also dangerous and often, unpredictable. Dark figures or figments of our imagination lurk behind every corner bush, while every pine cone, stick, or pothole threatens to take us down in one wrong step. Add to that the fear of not being seen by a distracted or un-caffeinated driver, and one’s worst nightmare can easily come reality. Let’s face it: Running in the dark can be downright scary. But, before you hang up your running shoes til spring, there are a few things you can do to protect yourself and still enjoy the great outdoors by foot, day or night.
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There are two types of people in the world: ones who would love to run a marathon and ones that say “NO WAY.” If you are reading this post, then chances are you have thought that accomplishing this goal is something that you would consider doing. Perhaps you are a beginning or novice runner and think that this is something you’d love to do eventually, or perhaps you are an avid runner and want to take the leap into marathon training. Either way, it is a given that training for and completing that feat of running 26.2 miles is no joke and not a decision that should be made lightly.