1. The Therapy Runner
This is the runner who just runs to feel better. You can often hear them saying, “running is cheaper than therapy.” A good gift for them is a “feel good gift” with something that supports a charity. A Janji jacket is perfect for them because every purchase supports Kenya by giving one year of clean water to an individual.
2. The Sweaty Runner
Why not get the person who sweats a lot a Sweaty Band?! They keep the sweat out of your face and they are pretty too.
3. The Anti-Social Runner
For the runners who like to get the job done without have to socialize with anyone then get them an iPod holder. Even if they don’t like to listen to music, headphones are a sure sign that they are not listening to you.
4. The Hater Runner
There is always that one runner that absolutely hates running but does it anyway. Treat them with a glass and bottle opener to help forget about the run. Extra points if you get them things to massage out those aching muscles after the dreaded run.
5. The Morning Runner
For the runner who likes to wake up at the crack of dawn, here’s some energy to help them out.
6. The Trailblazer Runner
To the runners that like to run on rocks and other rugged things, get them a nice trail shoe.
8. The Hardcore Runner
You know the ones that will still run outside even though it is a bajillion degrees below zero? Yeah, we’ve got some things for them as well.
9. The Devoted Runner
For the runner that sets mileage goals for the week and/or month, a gps or activity tracker watch would be perfect for them.
10. The Warm Blooded Runner
And last but not least, the runners who wear shorts all year long no matter the temp, we still have those too.
Visit the 605 Running Company on Black Friday from 10am - 6pm, Small Business Saturday from 7am - 5pm, and Sunday from 12pm - 4pm for special savings and deals!
Also don't forget to get out there and run at the 11th Annual Run for Food, The Jingle Bell Run, and at our Pancake Run.
Happy Running & Happy Holidays,
The Runner Mom
Various individual(s) expressing their thoughts on running and the impact on everyday life.