was not a successful or willing runner," he says, "I was the youngest in my age group and I was continually beaten and lost all motivation, stopped running and took up smoking instead."Like many reluctant PE-class attendees, Agyei rediscovered sport later
punctures. Before that I’d only had a handful of punctures in more than 400 triathlons.How do you stay motivated? My motivation fluctuates but in general I’m as motivated now, at 50, as I was at 23. People often ask me how to get motivated but I find it a
will challenge your motivation but it could also have negative implications when you’re running at night. You’re more vulnerable to assailants if your movements are predictable so aim to vary your route every time you venture out, even if that just means running
haven’t lost my motivation, but seeing friends race does inspire me and hopefully that makes the healing process quicker. The stress fractures were diagnosed nine weeks ago so I’m finally getting back into running. I’ve been walking a lot and swimming
"I have really dark thoughts when I seriously think about taking my life." Matt Harmston is explaining to me the mood swings he experiences as a result of bipolar disorder. "On the other hand, I have real highs, but they're a dangerous sort of high, when you're not really in cont...
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