,000 people to lace up. Jo said commented on her motivation behind the challenge: “Like a lot of people, my life is really busy with my many presenting commitments and running around after four kids. So, I find it difficult to motivate myself to get active
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Almost every runner has wanted to lose weight at some point. The promise of getting lean is part of what lures many of us to sign up and train for a race. And for good reason: committing to a goal can give you the motivation you need to exercise
injury and illness is always tough.How do you motivate yourself when things get tough?Luckily for me, my training group and coach Laurel Bailey keep me motivated.Do you have any race day ritual or mantras that you use to get through events?I don’t have
the years. They are phenomenal athletes and watching them train has given me added motivation to train hard and achieve me best.Q. How do you reward yourself after a race or tough training session?A. Well my favourite food is ice cream so after a race I
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