by Emily Faherty
If you think the only race that happens on Thanksgiving Day is seeing who gets a second helping of pumpkin pie first, guess again. Before lifting a fork, watching football, and taking a post-turkey snooze, hundreds of thousands of Americans start their holiday by giving thanks - with a turkey trot.
Because It"�s Hot to Trot
These popular running events across the country are traditionally held before the feast on Thanksgiving morning. Turkey trots are typically tied to a charitable cause, have a flair for costumed fun, and sometimes give out turkeys and pies to top finishers! Plus, experts say light cardio is one of the best remedies for those inevitable hangovers from Thanksgiving Eve partying. But the turkey trot"�s most appetizing draw is obvious. Run a race in the morning and trotters can feel guilt-free about gobbling down all day long!
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