There is no getting around it.

You can’t run, or at least run well, without the right shoes. In an ideal world, you should get fitted at a running store so they can test your stride and determine what kind of support you need.

But if you’re not made of money, at least invest in a trusted brand (I’m a New Balance girl). Break ‘em in walking around before you attempt a long run, too.

Blisters are serious business when you’re miles from home and without band-aids!

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  1. Safety gear! I run when its dark (its always cooler then), so make sure you have on something that reflects and a small hand-strapped pepper spray ( or something!

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