Whether you’re picking up running to lose weight and improve fitness levels, boost your mental health, or run an event, as with anything it can be difficult to add a new daily routine into the mix. It’s easy to set out with good intentions to start a healthy new habit, but the challenge is making it stick. If you’ve wanted to turn the occasional run into a regular activity, we’ve compiled our best advice and tips for how to make running a habit.
A regular 5K is a great way to challenge yourself to reach your goals. Whether you are looking to increase your speed, lose weight, or finish your first race, the 5K is a great distance to push yourself a bit, and most importantly, have fun!
Our minds are miraculously resilient, continually working to expand their capacity, and working to ward off cognitive decline. To nurture this process takes establishing healthy habits; consuming certain foods and beverages is one way; but the most important means of supporting the brain is by incorporating neuroactive exercise. This is the kind of heart pumping, muscle challenging, movement that requires the brain’s full attention.