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It doesn't matter if you're slow or fast, if you run 1 mile or 100, if you're a first time runner or if you have been running your whole life: Cleveland West Road Runners Club welcomes you!

The Cleveland Southeast Runners Club (SERC) was formed in 1975 to promote the joy and benefits of running at every level. We run together on weekends, race together at all distances from the 5K to 100 miles, and occasionally party together. We share rewarding running experiences and help each other to achieve new athletic goals. 

by Jarah Broc - A post-run meal is vital, and you ought to include whole grains in the menu. According to healthcare journalist Erin Heger in an Insider feature on what to eat post-run, eating after running is just as important as eating before running. That’s because running depletes your glycogen reserves (reducing your source of energy in the process), causes you to lose water and electrolytes (making you vulnerable to dehydration), and subjects your body to some wear and tear (especially your leg muscles and feet).

Avoid running on the roads in snowy conditions. Drivers have a decreased ability to maneuver and stop.

I called my trail run from Cleveland an unassisted solo run. I was physically on the trail for many days by myself. Most of the journey I had no one by my side or a car waiting down the road for assistance.  Most of time, physically, I was solo and unassisted.  However, I have so many family members and friends to thank for assisting to making this journey possible.