How to Start Your Own Running Club

Running alone can be quite enjoyable, but there is a lot to be said for running with a group. Group running can push you to new paces and help make the miles pass a little easier. Running with a group also has the added benefit of providing safety in numbers and a great sense of community.

But if you lack an established running group where you live, it’s not that difficult to start one of your own. Here’s how.

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Beth Shaw

Beth Shaw is a USA Track and Field Certified Coach and a US Masters Swimming Certified Coach who has completed numerous marathons, road races and an Ironman triathlon. Beth writes a fitness blog called Discombobulated Running and has contributed to Women's Running. She also coaches runners to reach their athletic goals. You can follow her on Twitter.
Beth Shaw is a USA Track and Field Certified Coach and a US Masters Swimming Certified Coach who has completed numerous marathons, road races and an Ironman triathlon. Beth writes a fitness blog called Discombobulated Running and has contributed to Women's Running. She also coaches runners to reach their athletic goals. You can follow her on Twitter.

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