Don’t have a great relationship with running? Neither did Georgia. We followed her journey as she shifted her mindset on running with the help of the Nike Run Club and our Accredited Exercise Professionals.
Editor’s Note: This is a sponsored partnership with Nike Australia.
“Eight weeks ago my feelings towards running were pretty negative. I didn’t think it was possible but I can now say that I really enjoy running. It was definitely tough to get into it, but now that I have found my rhythm, I feel stronger, I’m able to run further and my mind feels clear after each run.”
“I’m over halfway through my running journey and I’m finding it pretty tough. Some days are harder than others and I often struggle just to get out the door. A lot of it is overcoming my own mental barriers. It’s not easy but at the same time, I’m really committed to reaching my goal and developing a positive relationship with running.”
“I’m two weeks into my running journey to become a better athlete and a better runner. So far, it’s been pretty hard but also really rewarding at the same time. I’m finding it challenging to push myself mentally while running, not to mention my muscles are feeling really tired. But I can already see how it’s going to benefit my basketball and carry across in my fitness in the sport.”
“I’m lucky enough to have been able to travel to New York to study Exercise Science and play basketball at College. I’m super passionate about exercise and sport, but I’m not as passionate about running. I have definitely formed a negative relationship with running over the years.
I’ve love to be able to run longer distances and really enjoy it. My goal is to become a better athlete and a better runner and have a positive relationship with running.”