Start the day with a run and you’ll find you’ll be more alert for the rest of the day. If you’re starting early, head to the gym and run a mile on the treadmill before tackling the tasks of the day.
Running has been found to help with mindfulness. When you run you can clear your head of all the things whizzing around your brain. It’s a time for you – and nobody else. Equally, if you like to think about new ideas, going for a run is a great time to formulate an awesome plan!
You’ll feel smug the whole day if you manage a mile when everyone else has been sitting down all day.
The regularity of running a mile a day means your cardiovascular system will be significantly boosted and your overall health will improve.
You’ll keep colds and injuries at bay with a regular run – boosting your immune system and your brain, you’ll feel so much better for getting your trainers on.
Remember if it’s dark and you don’t want to brave the streets or woods for your mile, just hit the gym where you’ll feel safe – and awesome!
Your muscle memory from regular running will mean you’ll adapt to a better gait, posture and overall a better runner.
So lace up your trainers and get your Hussle on that treadmill!
short runs are fine with outdoor running weather. Trouble is, in winter the treadmill is preferable, but then you have the extra time to get to the gym and back.. It's a challenge on a working day!
I thought I was doing well with 4 runs a week! Seriously, does anyone run every day? Doesn't your body need a rest? Or that's probably just me being lazy!
My amazing friend runs every morning for 20 minutes before her toddler wakes up. She is full of energy and says it' keeps her sane and is time to plan the day too. I, however, struggle with early mornings and can't find the time later. You need to establish the habit.