5 Reasons You Can’t Afford Not to Run
I am so proud of you for your continued commitment to your health and fitness! Whether you have done my 30-Day Exercise Challenge, are easing your way back into exercise, are working out for weight loss, or exercising for total health and an ageless future, I’m honored to be a part of your journey.
If you have spent any time on my website or reading or watching my blog, you know that I am a big fan of running. I am a runner myself and love what running does not just for my body, but for my mind and spirit.
One of my favorite things about being a runner is that it is easy to find community. Runners are some of the most supportive people you will find. We are a community of folks who cheer each other on, and we build friendship along the way.
Someone who has become part of my running community (although merely on the virtual level, as she lives in California), is my friend and author of Run Yourself Happy: a 5 week training program to release anxiety and create space for miracles, Carrie Roldan.
Carrie has a great free report that I really want to share with you. She offers 5 Reasons You Can’t Afford Not To Run. It’s free, brief, and powerful, and it just might be the motivation you need to lace up those running shoes and get out the door.
Grab your copy of her free report here.
Contrary to popular belief, running is an activity that most of us can enjoy as we age, and as Carrie points out in her report, it can actually facilitate bone and joint health. So even if you’re not a runner (yet), I encourage you to download the 5 Reasons You Can’t Afford Not to Run.
So grab Carrie Roldan’s free report today by clicking here. You’ll be so glad you did.
Until the next time remember my motto:
You don’t have to be fit and healthy to start, but you do have to start to be fit and healthy.
By Jim Kirwan