4-Minute Tabata Workout for Running

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4-Minute Tabata Workout for Running

Well done to all of us, we made it to the end of the year and we're here – happy and excited about the New Year, 2019! Today is no time for regrets. Today it's time to be thankful for each and every moment of the past year. All experiences we've been collecting through our life make us... us! Wonderful, kind and positive human beings. Thank you, 2018, for all the lessons and inspirations. It's thanks to them that I am who I am right now, and I love it.

So, how do you want to feel in 2019? Yes, that's right, the way you feel is your choice. You can choose to be sad or happy. You can choose to be stuck in the past or choose to make a step forward, right into a new, bright future. You can choose to slip from one day to another, or you can choose to welcome each day with new energy.

Here at Run and Become we can't wait to welcome 2019 and we are looking forward to it with hope, joy and gratitude. Specially for this occasion, Run and Become staff members gathered together to welcome 2019 in the way we have chosen, with fresh energy, happiness and fun!

Join in with our special tabata interval training session, to get ready for another amazing year. It's just 4 minutes of 8 different exercises, designed for you to run better and feel better. They'll strenghten your legs and glutes, engage core muscles and even improve your balance. 

You think 4 minutes can't do much? Well... join us and find out! Remember – it's your choice.

Happy New Year!

These are exercises that we've found very useful and want to share with our customers. But we're not certified instructors. Always consult your specialist before beginning any exercise programme. This general information is not intended to diagnose any medical condition or to replace your healthcare professional. Consult with your healthcare professional to design an appropriate exercise prescription. If you experience any pain or difficulty with these exercises, stop and consult your healthcare provider.

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