Running through the same neighborhoods can get really boring. You know what I'm talking about. Seeing the same houses, trees, businesses and other landmarks on a consistent basis can get incredibly old, especially during an exhausting run. This morning was no different for me. I put on my clothes and laced up my shoes. I then did some light stretching and ventured out into the beautiful morning air. About halfway through my usual 1.6-mile run an interesting question entered my mind: If I could go on a run anywhere in the world, where would it be? So, I thought about it really hard and came up with a list of cool places.
- The Pyramids of Egypt: Picture those historical structures as a backdrop. Plus, I bet running in the sand and heat gives your entire body a killer workout.
- Dayton International Speedway: I'm not much of a racing fan, but that doesn't mean I wouldn't want to see how fast I could jog around the 2.5-mile tri-oval. Picture that the next time you see a race on television.
- Central Park: After seeing the park so many times in the movies, there is no way I could leave this place off my list. I bet the skyscrapers are beautiful.
- Meteor Crater/Barringer Crater in Arizona: This one might be my favorite. If you aren't sure what I am talking about, look the crater up online and I think you will immediately agree with me.
- The Golden Gate Bridge: I have heard the views are awesome. It is also 1.7-miles long, which is pretty close to the average distance I try and run.
Thanks for reading and RUN ON!!!