5 Types of Runners

In honor of National Running Day this Wednesday, we are sharing with you the 5 types of runners you’re bound to find along your stride. Which one are you?

Fat Moose Runner

The High-tech Runner: This group of runners is equipped with tech you didn’t even know existed, from organic energy gels to sleek mile-tracking wristbands, they are always up to date on the latest gear. Strapped into bright sneakers, these runners are sure to perform.

The Social Butterfly: If it involves friends and a hearty brunch afterwards, these runners will be showing up. From color runs to mud runs, these people know how to enjoy their workout.

The Speed Racer: With a desire for crossing the finish line and beating personal records, these speed enthusiasts travel at a lightening fast pace. With sore legs and a focused mind, these runners embrace the rush of the wind.

The Once-A-Year Runner: This type of runner is likely to be found panting in the wrong direction, trampling over commuters and dancing at the corner awaiting a red light. On every other day, they can be spotted wearing sporty gear to work, with no intention for physical activity. There is no denying if you spot one or if you are one.

The Endurance King: These runners travel uphill, conquering the most strenuous routes as if it’s just another normal day. Searching for the sting in their thighs and the post-run rush, these runners keep going.

No matter what type of runner you are, plug into your headphones, throw on your Fat Moose gear and enjoy the journey. Let us know what type of runner you are below!

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FAT MOOSE is an outerwear label founded in 2010 in Denmark by Luca, Thomas and Simon. The 3 originally joined forces in 2009, and with know-how from extreme sports and backgrounds in either textile or design, they started to make a small number of jackets for themselves each season that combined durable and innovative fabrics with practical solutions.

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