I’d heard of a running streak, but never considered trying one. But with so many events cancelled this year, I decided to end 2020 with a different type of running challenge – I ran every day of advent.
Have you made a fitness resolution for the New Year? Or is someone you know looking to get active? Perhaps exercise is new to you and you’re unsure which activity to choose.
Running is a great option. It’s cheap, convenient and inclusive. Here are five reasons to choose running as your sport.
How many times have you planned a run, only to put it off for another day? Perhaps work stole your mojo? Maybe chores drained your get-up-and-go? Well, you don’t have to put your running dreams on hold.
Follow these seven tips to put the spring back in your step!
“The more I ran, the easier it became. A virtuous cycle began.”
Growing up, I thought some people were naturally sporty – and I wasn’t one of them. To me, fitness seemed like luck of the draw. Yet, in a single year I was transformed from exercise-refuser to endurance runner.
How did this happen? Well, it started with an unexpected offer and some ‘fighting talk.’