And can be an absolute chore! Getting moving to support a good cause can help (cough, cough), but it’s actually your mates who are most likely to give you a boost to get out the door.
Running with mates means you're much more likely to hit your goals and 100% more likely to have some great chat along the way. That’s science. And that post-run endorphin buzz? It's even sweeter when it’s shared.
“I didn’t exercise at all until six months ago. Now that I’ve started running I’ve stopped taking anti-depressants.”
“I’ve run in a few races. Running on your own can be bloody lonely but if you have people behind you it makes a massive
"As a running coach, I’m about disconnecting from the numbers, it’s not about speed or distance. It’s about mindful
movement, community and connection.”