We’ve all heard: “oh there he/she goes again, off on a tangent”…well, that’s not the kind we’re going to practice, we’re going to practice “RTR” “Read the Road” for Tangents.
What’s a “tangent“? According to Webster (along with several math dictionaries), a tangent is a line that touches a curve at one point without cutting across it. Below are several examples of tangents. Think about your running routes and our training, we ran “straight” lines where appropriate, keeping safety first at all times. When you’re racing your event on August 1st, read the road and mind the tangents, run the “straight” lines for efficiency. Have a great race at your Run for Wounded Heroes 5k. Go Balanced Running Team…bring home the bling… 🙂
And remember, every finish line is the beginning of a New Race.