Mike's Running Tips
for 2020
Mike Wallace is an avid runner and a founding member of The Shelby Roadrunners.  Mike has supplied the running group with training tips weekly for the last 15 years!!   
A side stitch can be "sew" painful.
Is it possible for a tall runner to run short?
In icy conditions, will it help to tie your shoes in “slip knots”?
People wo are opposed to running in cold weather have a higher level of “anti-freeze”!
Marathon training is defined as a long distance relationship. 
Runners who talk less on snow-covered roads let their shoes do the “yaking”!
In the sport of running, the only subs we have are sub-zero temps.
Statistics show most runners have a heart condition. They love to run. 
People who run in worn out shoes are more self-absorbed!
More women runners get hit by cars than do men because it is called a “bump her.”
Runners who wear a watch have “time on their hands” regardless of Daylight Saving Time.
Runners who don’t use soap commit a fragrant foul!
It's called a running "club" because it encourages you to "stick" with it.
If you can vision other runners as cars, it can help you maintain a safe distance.
With the phobia about germs, you can keep cars at bay by spitting in their direction while running. 
Our running group is special but they can be a little stand offish! 
A dry sense of humor is helpful for April showers.
If you have trouble spacing 6 feet when running just try to stay out of spitting range. 
People who do the mini 500 are easy to track!
In the month of May, 30 degrees should reference a turn or an incline not the temperature! 
The time running with friends passes so quickly…like it “flu” by!