How To Meet People Jogging
Studies show that you're less likely to blow off exercise if you've made a commitment to workout with a partner, meaning that learning how to meet people jogging isn't just good for your social life, it's also good for your health. Here are a few suggestions for how to meet people jogging.
Thing's you'll need:
- Running clubs
- Local parks
- Get out of the gym. You can hop on a treadmill and try to meet people jogging that way, but why would you want to do that? Because gyms have a well-earned reputation for being meat markets, many women are subconsciously on guard at the gym, making it difficult to approach them. The fish bowl aspect of a gym can also make women be less inclined to be receptive to any advances because they feel like they're being watched and judged by people they'll have to see over and over again whenever they want to workout.
- Establish a routine. If you start hitting the same park or running trail at the same time every day, you'll begin to recognize faces after only a few runs. After that, it's only natural to start waving or saying, "Hi" to the people you see every day and then all it takes is a little bit of courage to strike up a conversation with someone you find interesting. Maybe someday you'll be able to tell your grandchildren that you met your wife jogging.
- Join up. Almost every reasonable sized town or city has at least one running club you could use to meet people while you're jogging. If yours doesn't, start one.
- Race. If you're ready to take your jogging to the next level, you could enter a road race. On the day of the race you'll be surrounded by people who may themselves have started working out with the idea of meeting people while they were jogging.