Girls guide to dating a runner
And if you're still not convinced, continue reading to find out a few more (really good) reasons you might consider dating a runner. Running doesn't just do amazing things for your body (think: lowered risks of breast cancer, stroke and mild depression) but it can also do wonders for your love life.They work hard to get stronger and challenge their bodies.
Ladies, it's time to get yourself a running buddy, or at the very least, a spot on the sidelines to cheer on the marathon men.But while patients and children are understandably more important priorities, it isn’t immediately clear why you should come second to a pair of smelly trainers and a stretch of canal path.Knowing what you’re letting yourself in for (and when you should expect to be ignored) when dating a runner will make accepting your position as a permanent runner-up all the easier.According to Running USA, 58 percent of competitors in a local marathon are men.
With the odds in your favor, here are a few of the many, many reasons to date a runner.1.
My wife and I have a deal: every time she joins me for a run around the park near where we live, I buy her flowers.