Saturday, December 19, 2009

Twelfth in a Series: Running Rules to Live By - When Elastic is Gone, Man, It Is Gone

Based loosely on a book by Mark Remy called The Runner's Rule Book as well as a Runner's World article from the January 2010 issue over the next week or so I will be posting a few running rules to live by.

I hope you enjoy the series.

Rule Twelve: When Elastic is Gone, Man, It Is Gone

Men, this one is for you. You paid good money for those shorts. You love those shorts. You've raced in those shorts. But sooner or later you will pull them on and feel roomy gaping where once there was a snug liner. This means that the elastic down there has gone slack. You will be tempted to wear them anyway. Don't.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Posted at 5:25AM? The sign of a true triathlete! Most people can not fathom being up and active at that time.

Steve Schurtz
Mason City, IA