First, bring your running shoes and clothes in your carry-on.
Check the weather in your destination so you can pack properly.
Don’t confine yourself to a hotel fitness center on a treadmill after dark—run while exploring a new place.
Ask the concierge if there are safe running routes. Many hotels can direct you to a park or suitable area.
Run immediately after a long trip to relive jetlag.
This is making me tired, but it’s probably good advice. For more ideas, go to RunCoachJason.com.