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3 Simple Ways to Cope as a Runner In Isolation

As the Coronavirus pandemic continues to spread, resulting in many races and sporting events being cancelled, you may be wondering how you can run to reduce the sense of isolation and work off some of the coronavirus induced stress.

In support of all the runners out there I’ve written a post for Bare Biology that offers 3 simple ways to cope as a runner in isolation. Read the blog here for advice on setting clear goals and making the best use of your time.

Watch my TEDx on tips to overcome adversity and buy my little book, 52 Ways to Feel Good, for a mini pick me up each day. All the profits are being donated to support the NHS.

To boost your well-being and mental health head over to the Bare Biology website to purchase some of their Mindful Omega 3 Fish Oil Capsules. £1 from every product sold will be donated to Mental Health Mates, a charitable initiative founded by best-selling author Bryony Gordon.

If I can support you during these stressful and uncertain times please contact me here.

Photo credit: Bare Biology and Unsplash

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