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When I think about why I love to run, the biggest factor that springs to mind is the community it fosters between runners, whether they’ve been running for years or just two weeks. When people run together, they’re all the same. And what’s better than that runners high? Sharing that same high with someone who’s just crushed their PB or run the furthest they’ve ever run!
I run to clear my head, to have some time where it is just me and my mind and body (and often a good podcast). And I can’t deny that the post-run high and hunger feels pretty good!!
For the community! I love running with other people as it brings out my competitive side! I can run way longer and faster when I have other people around me. I also love pushing other people past were they believed their limit was so it’s a win win.
I run to spend time with myself, challenge the limits I’ve previously set, and to enjoy being with others who share the love I have for running.
The feeling of just being outside and focusing on moving and seeing the scenery change as well as the lovely lovely people you meet and run with along the way that keep me going back week after week. Because a long run with friends is always better than alone.
I run to switch off, meet new people and explore places old and new. Running challenges me, makes me feel alive and be the best version of me.
I run to free my mind get the heart pumping and to exhaust the legs. To feel alive and make the day to day easier. TTH Runners have pushed me to run further and to not stop when it starts to get tough. It’s about going for a run with friends, the motion of the feet ticking over is all that matters.
Reason for running remains cake, any cake.
I run for a sense of accomplishment but more importantly for the community that comes with it.
I love running, getting out on trails, pushing myself and love crazy challenges!
I run because I love to be outdoors. I am lucky I have the North Downs on my doorstep to explore. All you need is a decent pair of trainers and you’re off! It’s also a great way to meet friends whether this is joining a run club or at races. And the post-race Aperol makes it worth it!
I’m not a natural born runner but when I started I realised how much it benefitted me mentally, not just physically. I feel fitter but my head feels clearer. I never, ever thought I could run the distances I’m running now, when I was younger. Every day brings a new challenge, and I make myself prouder every time I complete one.
I originally started running for that extra slice of cake or that cheeky weekend cocktail, however of recent years it has become so much more than that. I now run for my mind and so that I can be proud and love what my body does for me on a daily basis!