We as young people can sometimes forget how blessed we are to live the lives that we have. Not only do we have easy access to the essential needs in life (food, running water, housing) but we also have easy access to the unnecessary goods (mobile phones, computers, clothes, cars)!
You only live once so why not make the most of it and try something new, even it’s completely out of your comfort zone!
It’s time to check your health, put those runners on, grab a couple of your mates and get ready to raise money for a charity… all by running in a marathon.
Running in marathon is a whole lot of good for you and for other people too. Not only do you get fit and healthy training to run a marathon, most marathons are made to raise money for a charity or for those in need. Don’t feel shy or feel like you have to be a fast runner to compete, there are many events out there that support people just having a go and having fun with their friends.
Not sure what marathon to start off with? I recommend The Color Run! Definitely a whole lot of fun and money raising for charities!
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- Getting Ready to Run a Marathon (everydayhealth.com)
- Crossing the finish line: ‘The perfect end to a perfect day.’ (blogs.windsorstar.com)
- Topps family complete the Disney Half Marathon (toppstiles.co.uk)
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