Do you get paid to recommend products, races or websites*?

We wish! No, the content on this website is our own original content and opinions. We do not get paid for our opinions. In the event that we are compensated, we will indicate it in the article.

*Note: If this is a running/spirits company reading this, we are open to sponsors and will totally write nice things about you.

Are you doctors or medical professionals?

No! Please consult your own doctor before starting any fitness activity or trying any product listed on this site. These are personal opinions that may not work for you, your skin, your own issues.  You have to take personal responsibility for yourself.

How do I become a Running Lush?

  1. Follow Running Lushes on Facebook,  Instagram, this website
  2. Get a Running Lushes shirt
  3. Post race pictures and tag #runninglushes
  4. Buy a founder a round.

How can I get a shirt?

We are currently working to have them available for purchase.  We will post and broadcast a link when they are on the store.

Can I be a Running Lush and also belong to another running group?

Absolutely!  We support the running community as a whole.  We just ask you wear the Running Lush shirt proudly!

Do I have to drink alcohol to be a Running Lush?

No! Running Lushes are also lushes for running and fitness.  However, you may want to consider your life choices if you want to join a race team called the Running Lushes….

Is the Running Lushes exclusive to women?

Heck no! We are open to everyone.

Are you run coaches and do you offer training?

Ha ha, no. That is funny.  We are a group of people who like to run and have fun while running and/or when not running.  We meet up for races, long runs and if timing is right, for mid-week runs to support each other for our running goals.  We aren’t coaches, but we will certainly give you unsolicited advice and unscientifically based information about running and training for a race…anything to get you into your running shoes and on a run.  We do offer the exclusivity of being called a “Running Lush”.