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December 29, 2015

Six Weeks to Run Love Challenge

Heather Stephens

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Running, similar to any relationship, is filled with ups and downs. In order to keep that loving feeling alive, you have to put in the work to make it last.  

This year, we’re kicking off the New Year with a six-week to run love challenge! The New Year is the perfect time for a fresh start, it’s a time to dream big and jump into a new relationship (or resolution) with arms wide open.

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#RUNLOVECHALLENGE - JOIN IN! 

  1. Pick a partner, or shall we say a run lover. 
  2. Set a mutual goal to be achieved on/by February 14th. 
  3. Check in on the O blog each Monday for our challenge of the week and complete it with your run lover near or far.

Chose your partner wisely as you’ll need someone who will hold you accountable. Your mutual running goal can be anything from training for a race, upping your mileage, completing a tough workout at the end of the six weeks, you name it.

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Guaranteed to fall in love with the run? That’s up to you and your partner. We’re just here to keep things spicy and throw some challenges at you along the way. And if you're in Seattle, meet us at the Oiselle Store for TNFC (Thursday Night Flight Club) group run every Thursday, 6:30pm. Bring your run-lover and get ready to win new raffle prizes each week! We'll see you back here on January 4th for the first challenge

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Take me to...
Six Weeks to Run Love Challenge: Week Two
Six Weeks to Run Love Challenge: Week One
Six Weeks to Run Love Challenge: Intro

Comments

Elvia Rangel | January 4, 2016 at 7:27am

Is it too late too join in? I

Is it too late too join in? I choose my sister, Estela Rangel as my dedicated running partner. I'm training for a marathon in Phenox, AZ on 2/27/16!

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