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ALL THINGS Running

Running is a great form of aerobic exercise that has many benefits for both physical and mental health.

Regular running can improve cardiovascular health, increase lung capacity, and help maintain a healthy weight. Running also releases endorphins in the brain, which can boost mood, reduce stress, and improve overall mental wellbeing.

Getting started with running is easy and requires little equipment, except your perfect running outfit! Paired with supportive running shoes. Start with a short, easy run, and gradually increase the duration and intensity over time.

Running is also a great social activity, so consider joining a running club or finding a running buddy to help keep you motivated and accountable. With consistency and dedication, running can become a regular part of your routine, helping you achieve your fitness goals and improve your overall health and wellbeing.

Read all our running tips, Tricks + Stories

Running tips for beginners

So you want to start running? Whatever your motivation may be, we spoke to Carl of 3C Fitness to find out his top tips for...

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RUNNING TALK: How To Mentally Prepare for Race

We’ve joined forces with the Great Run Series! Gym+Coffee is the Official Activewear Partner for 7 incredible events taking place in the UK this summer!...

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THE BENEFITS OF LONG DISTANCE RUNNING

Long-distance running, why should we bother?! Well, there are many reasons to get out there moving that will benefit you physically, mentally and socially. We...

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GYM+COFFEE x RUN TALK RUN

Following on from October which saw us facilitate a host of mental health focused walks, talks, events, activities and stories, we’re delighted to announce a...

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RUN. TALK. RUN. (AND THEN KEEP TALKING!).

Struggling with her mental health since her teenage years, Jessica Robson has found a method for tackling some of the challenges she faced, and has...

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The Sanctuary Runners

By Graham Clifford, Founder, The Sanctuary Runners Pounding the pavement, a friend of mine from northern Pakistan tells me of his two young daughters back...

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