Top 10 Tips for Running with Your Significant Other


Does My Butt Look Big? -- And Other Absurdities

You can be a little insecure about your stride, your shoe choice, your endurance and even your posture, but don't make the mistake of asking questions designed to illicit reassuring complements during a run. The condition of your butt, arms, legs, core or any other body part should stay out of the conversation. When you feel the burn, it should be about establishing a new personal best and not because your spouse just said something unintentionally insulting because he had his mind on other things.