It’s a funny thing. Running is the one sport that makes me wish I were thin. I don’t feel that way about cycling even though it would me get up hills faster. I guess it helps that I’m pretty speedy on my bike. I’m a slow runner. And as a slow, larger runner, I need cheering up some times and reminding that I belong. Sometimes I even say I am “jogging,” too scared to claim “running” as a thing that I do.
Thanks Not Your Average Runner! I like your images and your messages.
I know you.
You’re not a typical runner, but you run.
You’re not a fitness model. Heck, you might even call yourself Plus-Size. Curvy. Fat. Overweight. Sturdy. Chunky. Voluptuous.
But you are also Brave. Strong. Fierce. Determined. Fabulous.
You are not an average runner.
You are exceptional in every way.
The truth is, running is a sport for everyone – not just the super-fit. You can be a runner at any size, shape or age, and I want to show you how.