Are you dedicated to your training schedule? Check out what this high school track star did to train after a snow storm.
Many of the people we take care of are dedicated to the race they wish to compete in. Some will run through the ice and snow to make sure they succeed in their Spring half or full marathon.
This High School track athlete took things to an entirely new level to stay in shape and on track (literally). What would you do in a snow storm? Would you opt for the treadmill, run in the snow and slush or just bag it?
This guy is amazing. Check this out
High school runner shovels entire track lane after snowstorm just to avoid the treadmill
By Marissa Payne
When Quinn Schneider woke up last Sunday and saw a snowstorm had left eight inches of snow on his doorstep, he wasn’t disappointed.
“Any time we get the chance to have snow, I really love it,” the North Carolina high school senior said.
Like any other teenager, he likes that it usually means school’s canceled so he has extra time with his friends, but on this particular day, Schneider, who the Charlotte Observer named the state’s best boys cross-country athlete of the year, liked it for a different reason. It posed a new physical challenge.