Winter brings cooler temperatures to Oklahoma, but holiday runs across the state are a great way to heat things up and keep in shape.
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Whether you're an avid runner, a casual jogger or a laid-back walker, these fitness events combine a jovial spirit with healthy activities for all ages. Lace up your sneakers, don your winter gear and enjoy a sense of accomplishment as you cross the finish line this holiday season.
Life is all about balance, and there’s no better way to reach Thanksgiving equilibrium than by pairing your feasting with a little exercise. Embrace the brisk autumn air and burn some serious calories before or after your annual turkey feast with one of these late fall runs.
Christmas comes but once a year, along with plenty of opportunities for a jolly jog. Sprint like Dasher or stroll like Santa into the holiday season at these races where spirits are high and festive sweaters are encouraged.
A new year typically inspires goals of physical fitness, so take your first steps to health right here in Oklahoma. Whether it’s on New Year’s Eve, at the stroke of midnight or the morning of January 1, these races are a great way to start the year off on the right foot.
If a run through the city isn't in the cards, you can also start off New Year's Day in nature at one of Oklahoma's First Day Hikes. Check out this list of easy, guided walks that highlight the state's natural beauty and wildlife.