Running Equipment Columbia MD

Good for you for carving out time for yourself to get in a run. Safety is a big issue, especially with daylight getting shorter. Some things to remember: Ask a friend to join you, take along a dog, stay in well populated areas, run around a school track that often has lights and other people and be sure to wear reflective gear. You can buy reflective ankle and wrist bands that really let cars see where you are by the movement. Also, be sure to carry emergency info on you just in case you do find yourself in an unfortunate situation.

The Columbia Association
(410) 730-6744
5435 Beaver Kill Rd
Columbia, MD
 
Howard County Youth Hockey Club
(410) 730-6838
5876 Thunderhill Rd
Columbia, MD
 
Central Maryland Rehabilitation Center
(410) 312-9000
6300 Woodside Ct
Columbia, MD
 
Top Shape Fitness
(410) 312-9971
7130 Minstrel Way
Columbia, MD
 
Lynns Day Spa Inc
(410) 730-1822
10720 Little Patuxent Pkw
Columbia, MD
 
Curves Columbia MD - West
5565 Sterrett Place, Ste. 105
Columbia, MD
Programs & Services
Aerobics, Body Sculpting, Cardio Equipment, Cardio Equipment, Circuit Training, Group Exercise Studio, Gym Classes, Gym Equipment, Gym Sports, Silver Sneakers, Zumba

Data Provided by:
Angela Marie Thompson
(410) 381-0841
7302 Hidden Cv
Columbia, MD
 
Curves Columbia
6955 Oakland Mills Road
Columbia, MD
 
The Racquet Club At Hobbits Glen
(410) 715-3080
11130 Willow Bottom Dr
Columbia, MD
 
Columbia Athletic Club
(301) 596-3113
5435 Beaver Kill Rd
Columbia, MD
 
Data Provided by:

Early Morning, Late Night, Safety Tips

Q: I am a single Mom with two kids, a boy and a girl. I finally started running outdoors but my busy schedule demands that I find time to exercise early in the mornings or late in the evenings. I am concerned about safety and wondering if there are products or guidelines I can follow to best protect myself?


 

Good for you for carving out time for yourself to get in a run. Safety is a big issue, especially with daylight getting shorter. Some things to remember: Ask a friend to join you, take along a dog, stay in well populated areas, run around a school track that often has lights and other people and be sure to wear reflective gear. You can buy reflective ankle and wrist bands that really let cars see where you are by the movement. Also, be sure to carry emergency info on you just in case you do find yourself in an unfortunate situation. Carrying a whistle is also a smart idea! Stay safe.


Set as favorite Bookmark Email this Comments (0) Add Comment feedSubscribe to this comment's feed
Write comment You must be logged in to post a comment. Please register if you do not have an account yet. busy

Click here to read more from Single Edition