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The Runner's Rule Book: Everything a Runner Needs to Know--And Then Some

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  • Posted July 22, 2012

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    Be a polite runner!

    I picked this up because I was curious about what the rules might be, have I been inadvertently breaking any rules because I didn't know they existed? I live very close to the Rodale Institute where the editors at Runner's World work so when they talked about different routes they take I can picture some of the streets and such. So how am I doing and what rules do I break? I do sometimes throw my running clothes in the dryer, not the sports bras, but the pants and shirts. I guess I am making them not last as long, but in doing laundry for six people, two of whom run, I don't always remember to pull things out before they go through the dryer. I've never broken this one, but I don't know that I wouldn't, apparently you should not wear the t-shirt for a race in the actual race, it should only be worn afterwards. I understand not wearing a shirt for a race you've never done, but if you are doing the race right then I wouldn't see a problem with wearing the shirt and often see many people doing so. I've never run in Philadelphia, but where I run isn't that far away and I have never heard the Rocky theme song at any race I have done including the St. Luke's Half Marathon in Allentown in April which had a band at every mile marker. This was a nice, fast read, which elicited some smiles and a couple of laughs, pointed out some common sense like not running three runners abreast on a road for safety and courtesy.

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