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Paula Radcliffe, in her book 'How to Run', says that running is her passion, her stress relief and that it makes her feel better about herself. She also says that it gives her a more positive outlook on life, keeping her healthy and strong and a more balanced person.
But you don't have to be a world record holder to reap the benefits of becomming a runner! Here are just some of the benefits that you can get when you run regularly -
Lose weight/tone your muscles
Cope with stress better
Running can help combat mild depression
Improved self esteem and confidence
Improved core stability = better posture
Stronger joints and limbs
Reduce the risk of heart disease - running for just one hour a week can reduce the risk by a half compared to non runners
Running with a group led by a qualified Coach will also help prevent falling foul to the 'Terrible Too's' - too much, too soon, thereby minimising the risk of injury.
IF YOU ARE NEW TO RUNNING OR ANY NEW EXERCISE PROGRAMME, IT'S BEST TO TALK TO YOUR DOCTOR ABOUT IT FIRST.