Where: Bernal Heights Boulevard
Wearing: Bikini, with optional wrap. (Brrrrrr!)
Photographer: Chris Waldron (Tx @valjoy9!)
Wow, it was COLD yesterday. That’s dedication!
Glad to see her back in action. She rocks. I was afraid we’d scared her off by our collective fandom.
Daring. I trained for a marathon and you get cold now matter how fast you run.
Reblogged this on bluepearlgirl's world and commented:
and the elusive bikini jogger lives on!
“As a token acknowledgement to the cold weather, the ilusive Bikini-Jogger ties a long-sleeve shirt around her waist.”
Well, I’ve been running this week, and I’ve largely caved to the cold: wore tights, a headband that warms my ears, and my warmest run-shirt (long sleeves). 34 degrees Tuesday morning… But this girl has got to be tough — to say nothing about core temperature, it is simply unpleasant on the skin!
Arg! There aren’t enough pixels to see if the words on the shirt wrapped around her say “Bikini Jogger”!
Insanity. I’m bundled up in my house with the heat set at 70º and I’m still freezing! :p
Maybe you should try jogging…
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And she seems to be a minimalist runner-in more than just one way! lol
I had never heard of the Bikini Runner until today when I was directed to your site from Runners World. I must ask though, how cold was it on that day? And define cold in San Fran terms. I’m from Canada and I would trade for your weather any day. A crazy cold day for me is -42C (-43.6F) with windchill. Your joints become stiff even in a short run and you cant feel a thing!! Although kudos to her commitment regardless of the weather.
This is the most dressed ive ever seen her, the pic doesn’t do her justice! She’s usually with out the shirt around her behind and in the two years i’ve been walking my dogs on the hill, I’ve only seen her in summer sandals, until yesterday when it looked like either slippers or those toe shoes, but this pic is the only time I’m seem her in real shoes or socks!
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