Spring into 2022 Training with The Run Show USA in Boston

Disclaimer: I received a ticket to The Run Show USA Boston to review as part of being a BibRave Pro. Learn more about becoming a BibRave Pro (ambassador), and check out BibRave.com to review, find and write race reviews!

Have you heard of The National Running Show in the UK? I will be honest, I had not until this summer. I started reading more about it and then BibRave asked if some of the BibRave Pros would like to attend the FIRST EVER ‘The Run Show USA’ in Boston, January 29-30, 2022. Of course, I said yes! It seems like an amazing event with so many running-related topics under one roof. The goal is to provide running enthusiasts inspiration, kit, tech, nutrition, and advice needed to achieve their running goals -what is not to love?

After reading more on the website, I can tell you I am super-pumped about the schedule. With everything from a run clinic, recovery zone, and treatment room, there is an abundance of hands-on information runners can take home with them. I also love the speakers line up for this event! I cannot wait to get a major dose of inspiration while I am in Boston.

So here is the short list of why you should join me in Boston January 29-30th:

  1. This event is for everyone! Trail runners, road runners, sprinters, long distance runners, recreational runners – this event has something for every runner. You do not need to be an elite runner to attend the event and take away some fresh gear and great advice.
  2. The event is in Boston. The Run Show USA will be in the Hynes Convention Center. Meet up with old and new friends in the running community for the event. I am so excited to get to meet up with my BibRave Pros! Once we mark all of the schedule items off of our list, we can head outside to visit the city. There are so many great places to eat and fun things to do in Boston.
  3. The event helps kick-off your Spring Training Season. This expo isn’t just about your race goal. It is about all of the things that lead up to hitting that goal! You will learn so much about nutrition, stretching, gear and technology at the event. Check the What’s On section of the event site to see allll of the deets.
  4. FREE Tickets. Yes, you read that right! If you use my code BIBRAVEBOSTON when you register at the link below, you can reserve up to 10 FREE tickets. So get your friends together and register today!

Use code BIBRAVEBOSTON to register for FREE tickets to the Run Show USA Boston at https://bit.ly/RunShowUSABR

Still not sure? Check out fellow BibRave Pro articles on more reasons to attend The Run Show Boston below.



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