So far I have stuck to my word of running every day and let me tell you it feels better than ever. The best thing about it is that on the weekends it is not a specific run or even planned. So to give you an example, the last couple of weekends one day involved a lot of driving and socialising and therefore time was very limited. This meant that the only opportunity I had to run was from the car (once I parked it) to the front door. Less than 5 seconds, but it was a run. Other days on the weekends have been running around with my children on the beach or grass and park. During the week the running is much more specific and longer in duration with some days being up to 20km's in total. I will let you all know how the next few weeks go. Hope you are all doing well and making some time to run every day.
I have been passionate about running for as long as I can remember and my goal as a running coach is to educate as many people as possible about "how to run smarter not harder" so that they can continue to enjoy running for the rest of their lives.
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