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Road Safety

Eventually we will have to add a page to the Resource Center covering this topic more thoroughly but for now let me think this out.  I am often horrified to drive down the road and see runners plodding out in traffic when a sidewalk is 3 feet to their right.

Starting now we're launching a campaign we're calling "Run In the Grass."  Maybe it will only be on our site but I'm determined to do everything I can to encourage people to stay out of the traffic lanes.  Run on the birm, in the dirt, in the grass, on the sidewalk, behind the guardrail.  

Run where ever you can but for your own safety, do NOT run in the lane of traffic.

There is so much going on inside a car - dealing with traffic, maintaining speed, and peripheral stuff like the radio or other people.  It's a lot to watch and unfortunately people aren't looking for runners.  I'm tired of seeing runners and cyclists killed.  

Do your part to protect yourself: Run in the Grass.

 

--Brandon, CEO of RunningLane

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Myla

Before I started running I was puffy and depressed with my kids were leaving me behind during playtime. So my friend suggests this coaching program, which is now RunningLane.  I was cautious at first, investing in something I was sure I couldn’t do, but in order to regain my health something had to be done.  Next thing I knew I was on the starting line of my first 5k!  The training that they provide is so wonderful, so supportive and so dedicated to working with my personal goals and fitting into my life.  I feel good about myself.  I have the confidence back to go out and do things that I want to do.  Thank you!!!