Sug­ges­tions for jog­ger

Kapi-Mana News - - OPINION -

I write to the woman run­ning up Post­gate Drive, by the school, on Tues­day evening last week.

I am un­sure whether you were con­tem­plat­ing au­di­tion­ing for a role as hood or­na­ment on some poor guy’s flash new sports car, or mak­ing sure ev­ery­one could see how awe­some you were look­ing due to your fit­ness regime. I guess it was prob­a­bly the lat­ter.

As such, can I make a cou­ple of sug­ges­tions that will en­hance your abil­ity to show­case your fit­ness ef­forts, al­low as many peo­ple as pos­si­ble to see how great you’re look­ing and per­haps com­pel oth­ers to do the same.

First, as it is al­most dark, it is prob­a­bly much bet­ter to wear hivis cloth­ing to ac­cen­tu­ate the body, and for ev­ery­one to ap­pre­ci­ate how grace­ful you are as you push your way up the road.

Wear­ing an all-black ensem­ble meant I wasn’t able to fully ap­pre­ci­ate your ef­forts. You were a fleet­ing glance as I drove by.

Sec­ond, and more im­por­tant, move three me­tres to your right so you run on the empty foot­path in­stead of on the road. That would not af­fect our abil­ity to ap­pre­ci­ate

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