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18 Apr


Give your new running friends the gift of running…

Help them experience what you get from your running.  

Gyms are closed,  Fitness classes can’t operate and friends and family close to you are needing to keep exercising with the same enthusiasm they had in the gym but outside. This is the moment you muscle up, throw back your shoulders and with pride say…
“I know exactly how to help. Running is my specialty”.
Don’t be deterred if they screw up their nose and say …
“I hate running”, or “but it’s so uncomfortable”
Just smile, be prepared to patiently nurture them through the process and put this simple checklist and 5 tips of “How to make running easier” in place. LINK
Sharing the love of running or even an insight into your running world to a new runner is incredibly rewarding.  
Take a moment over the next few weeks to Pay it Forward and make sure your friends new to running are tracking comfortably.  

Send these Top 5 Tips to making Running Easy to your new runner.

Click HERE and we will make it easy for you with an email you can forward on to your friend. 

The email package will include:

  • The 5 Tips to make running easier as a checklist and with a brief explanation
  • Links to some relevant articles they may find useful
  • A Link to an inspirational video from Julia Briskey with her huge discovery to “go slow before you get faster” 
  • A Link to Steve the Footman’s Runtalk on matching your feet to the right shoe

Click HERE for that free package of Run tips and don’t forget to add your own running story when sharing it with them.  

Make it easy for you and your new runner.  

Just so you know…   This is a snapshop of our 5 Tips to Make Running Easy.  

The link for a more detailed explanation is below. 

Tip #1 Start slow
Tip #2: Wear the right shoes
Tip #3: Get out the door even if you don’t want to.
Tip #4: Pain in your feet and legs should not last
Tip #5: Enjoy the scenery and smile
A more detailed explanation you can share with your new runner is HERE.
Share this link to help them make running easier.  
LINK:  5 TIPS to Make Running Easier