The start of a new year tends to be the perfect time for many of us to set new running goals, whether you have just started your running journey, coming back from injury or want to tackle a new challenge. Here’s some top training tips from 2021 to keep you on your feet for 2022. READ HERE!
We are no strangers to the words ‘Covid-19’ and with many of us doing our best to stay active after the virus, you might be tempted to make up for lost time by rushing back into training. Take a look at these studies to ensure your comeback doesn’t increase your chance of injuries. READ HERE!
Crystal Palace, 5k, 10k & Half Marathon – Sunday 16th January 2022 – ENTER HERE
A Macmillan running vest, merchandise and fundraising pack
Regular e-newsletters and support from our Facebook group
A reason to run – support people living with cancer
Check out the brand new RunThrough Kit online now.
There are a wide range of brand new custom designed items from shorts and leggings to tops and jackets. You can even grab some socks and a cap to complete your wardrobe.
Use code RTNEWS10 for 10% discount!
See the full range of RunThrough Kit HERE.
WHAT’S YOUR STORY
Running is one of the most inclusive sports there is and we want to hear about your experiences!
Do you run for charity, to keep physically fit and look after your mental health or just because you love it and you can? If you’ve got a story to share, we’d love to hear it.
Drop [email protected] to share your story and see it featured on our website and social media.
VIDEOS, PODCASTS & PLAYLISTS
Our very own Lucy Harfield has started her own podcast – Pinch of Positivity. The podcast hopes to keep it real, talks straight and offer a fresh perspective on how to find the bright side of life –
You can also find the next RunThrough Running Playlist, created by our Head of Operations Jack Williams, on Spotify
We have recently added RunThrough to Trustpilot, a review platform open to everyone. We would like to invite you to share your experiences to help others get a real feel and understanding of what RunThrough is all about.