Your Guide to Safe Night Runs
Think night runs are too risky? With the right gear and awareness, you can make the most of running at night.
Anyone who runs alone should be hyperaware of the surroundings, especially when the days are shorter. Sensible habits can transform vulnerability to empowerment and make you safer during all your solitary activities.
Running before sunrise and after dusk is discouraged by national running advocacy organizations, but since daytime training isn't always an option as the shorter days of year approach, runners need to take extra precautions.
Whether you're riding home from work in winter or out on a late-day training ride in summer, staying visible is important. Try these three reflective offerings from Nathan Sports.
Trail running at night is a rush that's sure to break you out of your normal workout routine. Even if you've been on a certain trail a hundred times before, it looks and feels different in the dark.
Just because the days are getting shorter, doesn't mean your workouts have to. Follow these tips for training after sunset.