Question: Why you should never date a trail runner?

They count calories Calories mean more time in the trails, so the more the better. If youre looking for that romantic partner to share food with–look elsewhere. Trail runners need their fuel, want it caloric, and will not share. They are like magicians at making food disappear, and eating can be an emergency.

How dangerous is trail running?

Common dangers and hazards when trail running Tripping or falling. Weather and exposure to the elements. Dehydration and running out of water. Getting lost.

What to do if you see a coyote while running?

Stay calm and back away slowly if you see the coyote and it doesnt see you. Stop running, stand tall, and yell if a coyote or pack of coyotes sees you and appears to be sizing you up. Throw something at the coyote(s). The goal is to scare it away, not hit it with a rock or stick.

How many times a week should I trail run?

The primary reason to run only three times per week is to minimize injury risk. As we all know, running has a high injury rate, and the rate of injury increases with running volume. Many runners cannot run every day without getting injured.

Can you run from a coyote?

Do not run from a coyote When you encounter a coyote, shout or throw something in its direction. Do not run away. Do not play victim if you can help it. If you see a coyote during the daytime, you should exhibit caution, as that coyote may have become habituated to humans (and may be more likely to attack).

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