Run Your Way to Health: 4 Ways Running Can Help You Keep Your Healthy Resolutions by Rainey Niklawski

a year ago
Run Your Way to Health: 4 Ways Running Can Help You Keep Your Healthy Resolutions

Running is an excellent way to dive into fitness! Here are some ways it can help keep you stay glued to your healthy resolutions:

  • It's a huge community. Whether you're looking to make new friends or just nab some support in your goals, joining a training team or group run is an awesome way to get involved.
  • You can accomplish something. Running goals are as big as you let them be. From the beginning 5K hopeful to the wildest ultra runner, you can find exactly the challenge (and reward!) you are looking for.
  • It has built-in accountability. It's easy to let something slide if you can make excuses for yourself, but when someone else is depending on you to be there, you'll be there! With so many people giving running a try, it's easy to find a buddy!
  • You can be a positive influence. Whether it's your friends, coworkers, significant other or kids, it's easy to involve others in your running. Instead of just doing it on your own, suggest you do it together. It's a great way to get outside and do something healthy and active!

Have fun, enjoy the outdoors and be healthy!

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Ann Marie Gardinier Halstead
Great advice, Rainey Niklawski . Thanks for sharing it with us!
Elisa All Schmitz 30Seconds
I used to run cross country and track in high school. I would love to ease back into running. Thanks for the inspiration, Rainey Niklawski !

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