Unleash Your Stronger & Fitter Self in 2018
There is no better time than the New Year to make some changes in our lives.
For most of us it's a great opportunity to look back at last year, think about the good things that happened to us, but also things that we're not quite so proud of; things we could improve on.
The most popular New Year's resolutions are (still):
- Quit smoking
- Get fit (or lose some extra pounds gained at Christmas)
How many times did you make a New Year's resolution only to find yourself thinking the same thing the following New Year: “I finally should do something about ...!” , “Yes, this year will be different, I will change ...!”, etc. ?
We know how hard it can be to bring some newness into your daily routine, or to try to lose extra pounds after some time off running. So we're here to bring you some new inspiration! Your runs don't have to be boring. You can make it more fun – something you will be looking forward to...
Being a good runner is not just about the mileage. It's about other exercises that you do to bring that explosive power.
So watch our New Year video to unleash your stronger & better self in 2018!
Have fun watching and leave your questions / comments below!
Happy New Year (this time truly, truly better)!
Did you like our video and would you like to get some more tips on how to get stronger in 2018? Sign up for a free workshop we will be having in London on 22nd January 2017:
Unleash Your Stronger & Fitter Self »
Would you like to see how a New Year's resolution completely changed my life? Read my story:
The Journey from Avid Smoker to 100-Mile Runner »
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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