24 Running Memes That Prove Running Is Funny

Being a runner isn't easy! Between the miles and...well... just the actual act of running itself, you probably don't get to laugh about how crazy your running struggles really are! Running is weird! Pre-dawn wake up calls, spandex, race day photos, the running LOL's are endless! Here are 24 running memes that prove that running is funny!

1. A moment of silence for all the sh*t that went down on your really bad runs.

A moment of silence for everything that goes down during a bad run. ๐Ÿ™Œ๐Ÿพ #RunSelfieRepeat

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2. IS THERE NO BETTER FEELING IN THE WORLD THAN TAKING OFF A SPORTS BRA? (Well, after you struggle to get the damn thing off...)

3. Nothing new on race day? Race day is like the first day of school, gotta look fly in a fresh kit.

4. Ladies. Is there anything worse than having to get sweaty when you're having a great hair day?

The struggle. The struggle is so real. ๐Ÿ’๐Ÿพ#RunSelfieRepeat #TeamWR

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5. I live in a perpetual state of runvy.

6. There's no shame in running in circles to get an even mileage.

My neighbors think I'm so weird. โœŒ๐Ÿพ๏ธ #RunSelfieRepeat

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7. Instant rage.

8. Don't judge...

9. It's like getting hit with the humble stick.

EVERY. SINGLE. TIME. #RunSelfieRepeat

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10. Look how proud I am that I matched my hat to my pants...

11. Runners are liars. It's just the truth.

12. The hazards of leaving your house for a race in a sleepy fog before dawn.

I pray for race day photos like this. #GlamourShot Captured by @drothenberg0121 #RunSelfieRepeat #NailedIt #ModelLife

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13. Can we just collectively roll our eyes at flawless workout pictures? Cool. Thanks.

14. I'll never understand "morning people." An entire year I've been getting up early to workout and I still hate it.

15. But seriously.

16. WHY! RACE DAY WEATHER NEVER COOPERATES!

17. I forget to charge my GPS watch at least once a week.

Every weekend. Every. Single. Weekend. #RunSelfieRepeat ๐Ÿ“ธ by @turnermunch

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18. Sorry, gotta get up at 4:00am tomorrow to run.

#TBT the text messages you get when you're a runner. #RunnerProblems #RunSelfieRepeat

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19. No one looks good when they run. No one.

20. It's equivalent to finding a golden ticket in a chocolate bar. 

LOCK IT DOWN! #RunSelfieRepeat

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21. The answer is always post run burgers and beer.

22. Watching Grey's Anatomy doesn't make you a doctor friend who won't stop giving me medical advice.

23. I lied, there is no better feeling in the world than running into an ex after you've run a half marathon or a marathon.

24. The real reason we're smiling when we see the finish line.

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See? Running is funny! Want more running memes? You will love 32 funny running memes and 24 running memes that will make you LOL! Until next time, #RunSelfieRepeat.

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Kelly Roberts

My name is Kelly Roberts and I am a 25 year old New York City resident. My story made headlines when I took selfies with hot guys โ€œhottie huntingโ€ my way through the NYC Half Marathon. My blog, www.RunSelfieRepeat.com is bursting with humor and personal stories that lend an insight into the world of running and lead you to believe that just about anyone, regardless of their fitness level, can and should fall in love with running. Though currently an avid runner, I never would have predicted I would run marathons. I was the kid who used to hide in the bushes or play dead to get out of running the mile in school. I HATED running. But running has given me a purpose. Itโ€™s shown me that I really am limitless. In the two years since I started running, Iโ€™ve run multiple half marathons, 10ks, and 5ks, and two full marathons. My mission is to inspire others to find the courage to say yes to themselves all the while making them laugh hysterically because laughing is the solution to everything.

BQ Or Bust 010 The Airbnb Brooklyn Half Marathon

I've run more half marathons than I can count and it always cracks me up that I still get nervous before every single one. I keep waiting for the day when a 13.1 mile run will be normal for me but honestly, I don't think it's ever going to happen! Running 13.1 miles will always feel intimidating and crazy!

The Airbnb Brooklyn Half Marathon is one of my favorite half marathons because I get to run it with my family. I love running in wave two during this race because the morale of the runners is infectious. There's something magical about being surrounded by first time half marathoners and new-er runners. The appreciation level for what they're about to accomplish is unparalleled.

It's so easy to take running a half marathon for granted and I hate when people shrug off their accomplishments. Even though I didn't have the easiest day ever, I still feel like a million bucks because running a half marathon isn't easy! And the fact that I had to talk myself out of quitting and meeting everyone at the finish line a few times makes the accomplishment that much more rewarding.

I didn't have a great day during Brooklyn. The heavy training to BQ this September during the Chicago Marathon is catching up with me and I definitely didn't give my legs the rest they deserved before racing. I knew going into it that the race was going to be rough. But this race wasn't about me, it was about my family. My cousin Carley trained for this half ENTIRELY on a treadmill. If that's not impressive, I don't know what is. We went into it shooting for 2:10 and we ended up running 2:00:30, beating her previous PR by 5 minutes!

Have you ever wondered what it's like to run a half marathon with me? Here's a pretty good idea...

This race was the perfect example of "Giving up is always an option. But so is going forward." Not every mile is going to be comfortable, it's about figuring out how to have fun in your discomfort when you just want to throw in the towel.

Until next time, #RunSelfieRepeat.

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Kelly Roberts

My name is Kelly Roberts and I am a 25 year old New York City resident. My story made headlines when I took selfies with hot guys โ€œhottie huntingโ€ my way through the NYC Half Marathon. My blog, www.RunSelfieRepeat.com is bursting with humor and personal stories that lend an insight into the world of running and lead you to believe that just about anyone, regardless of their fitness level, can and should fall in love with running. Though currently an avid runner, I never would have predicted I would run marathons. I was the kid who used to hide in the bushes or play dead to get out of running the mile in school. I HATED running. But running has given me a purpose. Itโ€™s shown me that I really am limitless. In the two years since I started running, Iโ€™ve run multiple half marathons, 10ks, and 5ks, and two full marathons. My mission is to inspire others to find the courage to say yes to themselves all the while making them laugh hysterically because laughing is the solution to everything.

The Secret To Finishing A Half Marathon When You're Struggling

Why do bad runs happen to good people? That my friends is one of life's greatest unanswered questions. Deny it all you want but sometimes race day isn't all rainbows, effortless miles, and smiling selfies. Sometimes your legs feel like lead, your watch won't get a GPS signal, you spill Gatorade all over yourself at mile 2, you chafe in places you didn't know could chafe, and time moves in slow motion.

I'm not going to say that the Airbnb Brooklyn Half was a really bad run but it definitely wasn't easy. My legs felt like lead from the moment we crossed the starting line and I was 89% positive they added 26 extra miles onto Ocean Parkway (can someone double check on that?). Here's what you do when running 3.1 miles to the finish line feels impossible, you convince everyone around you to make a music video and just DANCE, DANCE, DANCE!

BOOM. Our bad run immediately turned into a hilarious fun run! Sometimes you just have to let the power of Justin Timberlake get you through. JT never fails.

Until next time, #RunSelfieRepeat.

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Kelly Roberts

My name is Kelly Roberts and I am a 25 year old New York City resident. My story made headlines when I took selfies with hot guys โ€œhottie huntingโ€ my way through the NYC Half Marathon. My blog, www.RunSelfieRepeat.com is bursting with humor and personal stories that lend an insight into the world of running and lead you to believe that just about anyone, regardless of their fitness level, can and should fall in love with running. Though currently an avid runner, I never would have predicted I would run marathons. I was the kid who used to hide in the bushes or play dead to get out of running the mile in school. I HATED running. But running has given me a purpose. Itโ€™s shown me that I really am limitless. In the two years since I started running, Iโ€™ve run multiple half marathons, 10ks, and 5ks, and two full marathons. My mission is to inspire others to find the courage to say yes to themselves all the while making them laugh hysterically because laughing is the solution to everything.

BQ Or Bust 009 Tight Calves and Fast Miles!

The hardest part about chasing a goal is sticking with it once the honeymoon faze ends. The first week or two are always exciting but every single day that follows is a struggle until thechange becomes routine. Being away for 11 days threw a giant wrench into my new routine. In those 11 days I went to 2 countries, 3 states, and 7 cities and because I was working and vacationing, most nights I only got 4-5 hours of sleep. I am a firm believer in a good 8-9 hours of sleep every night so I was a dragon monster at 9:00pm every single night. IT WAS ROUGH and I only now feel like I've settled back into normal life.

The biggest speed bump of my trip wasn't the lack of sleep, I forgot to pack a foam roller!

I was running and working out A LOT and that put a lot of stress on my muscles (especially my hot mess calves). So when I went to visit my Physical Therapist Mike Riccardi at Finish Line Physical Therapy when I got back, let's just say it wasn't the most comfortable visit.

I think a lot of people assume that PT is for people who are injured but that couldn't be further from the truth. If you have insurance that allows you to go to PT, GO TO PT. At Finish Line, their motto is prehab > rehab because preventing injuries is a hell of a lot more fun and practical than rehabbing them! This training cycle is going to require a lot of strength training and foam rolling and frankly, I'm up for the challenge. I'm tired of running through dull pains in my calves or having to take a painful break because of runner's knee. So I'm declaring it now, strength training and recovery are huge priorities!

AFTER the exorcism Mike performed on my calves, I went to my very first tempo workout with Gotham City Runners, my coach Josh Maio's team. IT. WAS. AWESOME. I hate running hard by myself and having a group of people around me to push and distract me is a life saver. At GCR, there's people of all different paces, ages, and athletic levels and everyone pushes and supports each other. It's my kind of group and after a half of a mile with Josh, I know choosing him as my coach was the best decision I ever made. He's helping me with my form and with two small adjustments, I already notice a difference. The man's a magician! 

I was supposed to do a 1 mile warm up, 1 mile at 8:15, 2 miles at 8:00, 1 mile at 7:45 and then a cool down mile but my group ended up doing mile 1 at 7:25, mile 2 at 7:53, mile 3 at 7:42, mile 4 at 7:56, mile 5 at 7:08, mile 6 at 7:58 and the last 1/2 mile at 8:32. For me, that's RIDICULOUSLY FAST. SO fast that I almost don't believe those splits. I still can't believe I can run anything with an 8 in front of it yet alone a 6 or a 7. It's going to take some getting used to.

Had I been by myself, I would have slowed down to a comfortable jog at least 6 times. ESPECIALLY AT THE END. I had Josh with me for my final .5 mile of the tempo run and had he not been beside me, there's no way I would have pushed through the end because I was exhausted and totally over it. But that's why he's there! He's helping me push through those moments when my instincts tell me to stop or to hit the breaks. Getting uncomfortable isn't easy but it's only a few moments of your day. I'm finally starting to believe that BQ'ing at the Chicago Marathon may be doable. I also realize the hard work hasn't happened yet and this is supposedly "easy" miles. So slightly terrifying and equally exciting. (But mostly terrifying.)

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Otherwise if you have any questions for Mike, Josh or for me, tweet me or leave them in the comments below! Until next time, #RunSelfieRepeat.

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Kelly Roberts

My name is Kelly Roberts and I am a 25 year old New York City resident. My story made headlines when I took selfies with hot guys โ€œhottie huntingโ€ my way through the NYC Half Marathon. My blog, www.RunSelfieRepeat.com is bursting with humor and personal stories that lend an insight into the world of running and lead you to believe that just about anyone, regardless of their fitness level, can and should fall in love with running. Though currently an avid runner, I never would have predicted I would run marathons. I was the kid who used to hide in the bushes or play dead to get out of running the mile in school. I HATED running. But running has given me a purpose. Itโ€™s shown me that I really am limitless. In the two years since I started running, Iโ€™ve run multiple half marathons, 10ks, and 5ks, and two full marathons. My mission is to inspire others to find the courage to say yes to themselves all the while making them laugh hysterically because laughing is the solution to everything.

The Secret To Feeling INCREDIBLE In A Bikini

DISCLAIMER-- I'm about to get a really heated.

Can we talk about bikini bodies for a second? Great. I am sick and tired of brands and publications praying on our insecurities. After my brother passed away, I didn't just gain a few pounds, I put on over 75 pounds. I don't even know what I weighed at my heaviest because I couldn't bring myself to look at the number on the scale. Losing the 75+ pounds I gained after his passing is without a doubt the second most difficult thing I've done in my life. And the hard work didn't stop once I lost the weight! Then I had to maintain my healthy lifestyle change and overcome the body dysmorphia. When I would look in the mirror, I didn't see the body I worked for, I saw what used to be. I felt like my weight defined who I was and I was ashamed that I had been heavier.

Me at the beach about 3 months before I hit my heaviest weight. NOT in a bikini.

Me at the beach about 3 months before I hit my heaviest weight. NOT in a bikini.

It wasn't until I ran a marathon, two years after I lost the weight, that I finally let go of the idea that I needed to look a certain way in order to be desirable and like what I saw when I looked in the mirror. I literally had to run 26.2 miles to realize that my weight didn't define who I was as a person. That is why I get so angry when I see tweets like this --

Look good in a binki

I literally felt my blood start to boil when I saw this tweet. I closed my eyes and I couldn't help but think about every single time I looked in a mirror and felt defeated, disappointed and ashamed of my weight. I can't tell you how disappointed I am that "bikini bodies" and "summer bodies" are still a thing. I am all for putting your strongest foot forward but working out to look good in a bikini is an infuriating idea. HERE'S A CURVE BALL! Confidence isn't acquired when you look a certain way. You gain confidence when you love your body, flaws and imperfections!

I wasn't able to actually believe that my flaws and imperfections made me beautiful until that first painful marathon. But once I crossed that finish line, 0 f*cks were given about my size 8 frame because I was the strongest I had ever been in my entire life and I couldn't have been prouder of the body I made huge sacrifices for. I started to feel grateful instead of disappointed. I saw my huge quads and found myself thinking, "Look at this line in my quads! That's a muscle!" Instead of, "UGH if only I had a thigh gap like those models I see everywhere." My running accomplishments outweighed my shame and concerns about how I didn't look. And it was because of this newfound confidence that I didn't think twice about *wanting* to be in a bikini. If I had a chance to go to the beach, I threw my bathing suit on and enjoyed the sunshine because I could give 0 f*cks about how someone else felt and/or feels about my body. I have stretchmarks and cellulite and they aren't something to be ashamed of, they're just parts of my body! And if they make me any less desirable to someone, well you're not my type anyways.

Implying that we don't *want* to wear a bikini just draws a giant circle around the fact that we should all feel insecure about our bodies which then perpetuates that bull shit cycle! IT'S THE CIRCLE OF BULLSHIT! Sure, I can only speak from my own personal experience, but running makes me infinitely happier than I was when I was when I was trying to hit a number on a scale or cross referencing the calories I burned at the gym with what I'd eaten that day. I've been there and I'm never doing it again.

I'm done with allowing shame to be apart of my life. Everywhere I look right now, someone is trying to sell this idea that we aren't enough. That we shouldn't be happy with the way we look because it's not perfect. I'm here to tell you that it's all bull shit. I dare you to go dig out your bikini or bathing suit and put it on right now. Then look in the mirror and ask yourself how you feel. Do you feel ashamed of your weight? Your stretch marks? Your cellulite or your love handles? Well, ask yourself why you feel like you need to lose weight. If it's to be stronger, then GO FOR IT. But if it's so that you will look better in a bikini then I urge you to find a more meaningful reason. If you can't love yourself and your body today, you won't love it when you hit your goal weight. The grass will always be greener on the other side of the scale.

Please remember that every single time you click anything with "summer body" or "bikini body" in the headline, 9 times out of 10 you're being preyed on. Publications and brands know that you're looking for a way to obtain that perfect body **FAST** so that you'll acquire the confidence that you think you're lacking. You already are the best version of yourself right now! Can you work to get stronger? Absolutely! But that should be your motivation, not a bikini body.

If you're looking to make a change, set a goal. Goal weights are fantastic ways to motivate and gauge fitness but think bigger. Make a goal to try a new workout for 2 months or to run a 5K, 10K, half marathon or marathon. When you enjoy the journey instead of suffering at the gym, the finish line, whatever it may be, is so much more rewarding. The experience isn't supposed to feel like punishment, it's supposed to be fun and rewarding! That's the secret. So set a goal and then work on feeling good about the way you look because that's a muscle that requires daily attention. We aren't kind enough to ourselves. We critique every little thing instead of looking in the mirror and simply saying, "I look beautiful today". So do me a favor and start doing that today. You won't regret it. I think you're beautiful just the way you are.

This bikini body can run a marathon in it's sleep and run a 6 minute 45 second mile. THAT'S something to be proud of.

This bikini body can run a marathon in it's sleep and run a 6 minute 45 second mile. THAT'S something to be proud of.

Until next time, #RunSelfieRepeat.

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Kelly Roberts

My name is Kelly Roberts and I am a 25 year old New York City resident. My story made headlines when I took selfies with hot guys โ€œhottie huntingโ€ my way through the NYC Half Marathon. My blog, www.RunSelfieRepeat.com is bursting with humor and personal stories that lend an insight into the world of running and lead you to believe that just about anyone, regardless of their fitness level, can and should fall in love with running. Though currently an avid runner, I never would have predicted I would run marathons. I was the kid who used to hide in the bushes or play dead to get out of running the mile in school. I HATED running. But running has given me a purpose. Itโ€™s shown me that I really am limitless. In the two years since I started running, Iโ€™ve run multiple half marathons, 10ks, and 5ks, and two full marathons. My mission is to inspire others to find the courage to say yes to themselves all the while making them laugh hysterically because laughing is the solution to everything.

A BQ Or Bust Catch Up

One of the toughest parts about running towards my Boston Qualifier (BQ) time goal of 3 hours and 32 minutes (YES, you read that correctly, my original goal of 3 hours and 35 minutes, the official time I need to run to BQ, isn't good enough to grab a spot into the Olympics of average runners [should I call us average? I don't think we're average but you know what I mean..] like myself is taking a 6 month goal and figuring out how to bottle the adrenaline surge and motivating spark that helped me leap off the cliff and put the plan into motion.  [That was the world's longest run on sentence EVER.] It doesn't matter what kind of goal you're working towards, it's really hard to wake up 2, 3 or even 4 weeks later and maintain the drive to make it happen; ESPECIALLY if it's a long term goal with no end in sight! So what do we do? How do we keep ourselves from fizzling out and quietly giving up on our impossible goals when the determination and excitement dulls? We set tiny weekly goals and make them exciting!

3 full weeks have gone by since deciding to chase down my goal and though 3 weeks in the grand scheme of 6 months isn't a ton of time, it's still a significant chunk! You know that saying, "Don't wait, the time will never be just right"? That applies here. How many times have you told yourself that you'll start something tomorrow? How many times have you woken up and realized that months have gone by and you still haven't made the change you want to make? There's no secret to goal setting, you just have to want something enough to do the work because at the end of the day, it's not about how badly you want something. It's about how hard you're willing to work for it.

See? You can't argue with a motivational meme. ย 

See? You can't argue with a motivational meme. ย 

Which brings me to Week 3 of BQ to Boston! A lot has gone down in 3 weeks! Let's do a quick recap shall we? In the past 3 weeks, I...

1. Got my Physical Therapist Mike Riccardi on board to help me prevent running injuries.

2. Found a killer coach in Josh Maio.

3. We assessed my fitness level (and you got to see how truly awful and uncomfortable running fast is for me).

4. I got some perspective when I ran in Cancun.

5. I did my first Fartlek/speed workout in Mexico and remembered that even a beautiful run can hurt.

6. I realized how quick I am to doubt myself and my abilities while I was in California. This one is a lesson I really need to put on the front burner and tackle ASAP. Sometimes when I see a workout in my training plan that sounds scary, I immediately tell myself I can't do it. I saw 7:45 minute miles and panicked. But after the workout, I reminded myself that just because a number feels intimidating, that doesn't mean it's impossible! All you can do is give it your all! 

7. I got to get uncomfortable with my friends at November Project Los Angeles who really helped me develop my running confidence and showed me that you can have fun getting uncomfortable. They really are the reason I was able to even entertain the idea of going for a BQ. I love every uncomfortable and incredible workout with them because I have fun giving 120%! 

8. And finally I had my first soul crushing bad run of the training cycle in Boulder, Colorado.

This week, my goal is to work on my mental game. I have my first intense run with Josh's team Gotham City Runners tonight and honestly, I'm really intimidated. So instead of saying, "I don't know if I can do this" I am staying optimistic and I'm going to give it my all. I have a habit of pulling back and making excuses when things get uncomfortable and I'm working really fighting hard to break out of that habit. So that is what I am working towards this week! What about you?

Don't forget to subscribe to my YouTube channel (CLICK HERE) to stay up to date on all things BQ Or Bust!

Until next time, #RunSelfieRepeat!

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Kelly Roberts

My name is Kelly Roberts and I am a 25 year old New York City resident. My story made headlines when I took selfies with hot guys โ€œhottie huntingโ€ my way through the NYC Half Marathon. My blog, www.RunSelfieRepeat.com is bursting with humor and personal stories that lend an insight into the world of running and lead you to believe that just about anyone, regardless of their fitness level, can and should fall in love with running. Though currently an avid runner, I never would have predicted I would run marathons. I was the kid who used to hide in the bushes or play dead to get out of running the mile in school. I HATED running. But running has given me a purpose. Itโ€™s shown me that I really am limitless. In the two years since I started running, Iโ€™ve run multiple half marathons, 10ks, and 5ks, and two full marathons. My mission is to inspire others to find the courage to say yes to themselves all the while making them laugh hysterically because laughing is the solution to everything.

BQ or Bust 003 Run As Fast As You Can

Step 1 - Get my Physical Therapist Mike Riccardi at Finish Line Physical Therapy on board.

Step 2- Get Coach Josh Maio of Gotham City Runners to agree to coach me and take my marathon time from 3 hours and 59 minutes to 3 hours and 32 minutes in 6 months.

Step 3- GET STARTED by assessing my fitness level! The first thing Josh wanted me to do was run as fast as I can for 3 miles. My assessment fell perfectly on November Project's PR day so I opted for 3.5 miles. Here's what happened.... CLICK HERE TO WATCH. (Or watch below.)

Now the fun and the pain can really begin! Until next time, #RunSelfieRepeat.

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Kelly Roberts

My name is Kelly Roberts and I am a 25 year old New York City resident. My story made headlines when I took selfies with hot guys โ€œhottie huntingโ€ my way through the NYC Half Marathon. My blog, www.RunSelfieRepeat.com is bursting with humor and personal stories that lend an insight into the world of running and lead you to believe that just about anyone, regardless of their fitness level, can and should fall in love with running. Though currently an avid runner, I never would have predicted I would run marathons. I was the kid who used to hide in the bushes or play dead to get out of running the mile in school. I HATED running. But running has given me a purpose. Itโ€™s shown me that I really am limitless. In the two years since I started running, Iโ€™ve run multiple half marathons, 10ks, and 5ks, and two full marathons. My mission is to inspire others to find the courage to say yes to themselves all the while making them laugh hysterically because laughing is the solution to everything.

BQ Or Bust 002 Finding a Coach

Finding a coach is a lot like dating. You want to test drive all of your options before making something Facebook official. I knew going into BQ or Bust who I wanted as my coach.

That person is Josh Maio, the coach of Gotham City Runners here in NYC.

The first step when you're looking for a coach is to make a list of things you want. Then set out to find the coach that you feel satisfies that list of requirements. You have to mesh and get along and you have to trust them. For me, that person is Josh. I know he can get me there and I know the process is going to be equal parts fun and traumatizing!

So there we have it! Next up, we asses my fitness level so Josh can see what he's working with.

Until next time, #RunSelfieRepeat.

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Kelly Roberts

My name is Kelly Roberts and I am a 25 year old New York City resident. My story made headlines when I took selfies with hot guys โ€œhottie huntingโ€ my way through the NYC Half Marathon. My blog, www.RunSelfieRepeat.com is bursting with humor and personal stories that lend an insight into the world of running and lead you to believe that just about anyone, regardless of their fitness level, can and should fall in love with running. Though currently an avid runner, I never would have predicted I would run marathons. I was the kid who used to hide in the bushes or play dead to get out of running the mile in school. I HATED running. But running has given me a purpose. Itโ€™s shown me that I really am limitless. In the two years since I started running, Iโ€™ve run multiple half marathons, 10ks, and 5ks, and two full marathons. My mission is to inspire others to find the courage to say yes to themselves all the while making them laugh hysterically because laughing is the solution to everything.