big charities that are not runike businesses are short hanging their beneficiaries. if it pays (raises more for your good cause) to employ fundraisers, hire a proper Ceo etc then it is neigsnt not to do so.
not every charity works on that scale of course but for the bigger ones this is by far the best model. obviously there have to be standards of governance around all that though.
cancer research UK. - big charity with s proper structure.
kids club- big charity run badly.
tif you are train g hard and care about performance, younger care whether a tempo run, long easy run or cruise intervals give you the best fat or lactate burning.
if you're focussed on losing weight you would do well to say bollocks to that and do what gives you the best chance of running often, injury free, and without feeling the need to reaRd yourself with cake afterwardas- which is easy running.