A big part of what we highlight on social media are photos from our CLA Team Group Runs. Smiles rule the day at a group run for a lot of reasons. Even on a wet and windy day or a day you are just not feeling it, participating in a group run can help you get in your run by holding you accountable and company will often make the miles go quicker.
That said, it’s YOUR run and we want to make sure you are getting the most out of the group run so here are a few simple things to think about.
Our long, long days of glorious sunlight are at an end. Daylight in Seattle is decreasing quickly. We lose just over three minutes of daylight every day, and at the end of the week, that adds up to at least 21 minutes per week. On Halloween the sun will set before 6 pm.
This is the time to dig out your reflective gear and lights. Morning runners have already been running in the dark for a few weeks. For evening runners, once daylight savings time hits that first weekend in November, sunset is before 5:00 pm! Say it ain't so!