>Cross Training>just a reminder: please wear a helmet
Running the 2016 Boston Marathon for Children's Hospital
Needs more cowbell!
I often see parents riding with their kids, and while the kids have their helmets on most of the time, a lot of the time the parents are helmetless. What kind of an example is that setting?
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(wow, been a while since that's been updated...)
I'm running somewhere tomorrow. It's going to be beautiful. I can't wait.
The worst part about that day is he finished his ride, doesn't remember how he got home, what caused the wreck/concussion. The head is a scary thing to mess with.
And since we are all endurance athletes, we are a bit screwy in the head to begin with. We don't need any extra help!!!