Hi there, the names Bobby. I’m a 23-year-old running enthusiast who is amongst the generation of society who grew up during the worlds explosive technological revolution. A generation outraged by Brexit and disappointed with the new cast of Top Gear. But with all the mad things that come with living in the 21st century, I always find the time for a little run.
Throughout my life whether I choose to run for enjoyment or for a specific reason, I am met by several friends and colleagues who see the point in running, but still choose not to. After several excuses usually revolving around genetics or dedicating their time to “more important” hobbies, the most frequent answer was that running just isn’t fun. Whether it be tackling different terrains or changing weather condition, the majority of the people I asked wouldn't even think of running because they didn’t see the enjoyable side of a good old run.
I know many readers may be thinking, “who is this articulate young man attempting to change my perspective on running and what makes him an expert”? Well, I’m going to use all my powers of persuasion to convince you that you can integrate a cardiovascular lifestyle into your everyday life, and enjoy it.