RW+ Exclusive: Streaking Without Running Daily

For a variation on the standard streak, try running the same race every year.

A conventional running streak requires that you run at least one mile every single day. But, what if you like to take a day off once a week? Look at alternative streaks, like running the same race every year. Jeff Dengate has a helpful tip in the video above if you want to try streaking a race.

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