Face it – running by yourself is hard. Running with a group, however, offers numerous benefits not found when logging one lonely mile after another.
For one, running with others forces more accountability, meaning more showing up and less slacking. For another, since faster runners usually are present, the pacing can be smarter and workouts better. Running with others takes your mind off the miles. Plus, talking with partners is the perfect way to meet new people and make friends.
Most of all, running buddies can help you unlock your full potential and ensure your next race is your personal best.
– Sydney Ayers, SLJ 100 Communications