First 10km (6.1 miles)

🏃Running and Fitness🏃

🏃Running and Fitness🏃

I decided to make some changes to my fitness and lifestyle just after Christmas, and took up running on the 28th December



I now leisurely try and get out 3 times a week (work and family permitting) and do anything from 3.1 miles (5km) to 6.1 miles (10km)


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I found a new 5 mile route today which was a real treat.


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I’ve driven along this route loads of times but never done it on foot.
Derbyshire is such a beautiful place to live in, but we sometimes miss all the nature and lush scenery whilst I’m driving


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it’s just lovely to put on the running gear and go for a leisurely jog.


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So, why not go out and give it a try? you may even find that you like it too.

DC🎼

About the author: darrenclaxton
https://choon.co/artists/darrenclaxton/Darren Claxton is a Songwriter, Musician, Producer and now BBC Radio artist, from Derbyshire UK. The music he writes is often heartfelt acoustic indie folk with a sprinkling of rock and country influences, with an occasional world music flavour as heard on his track ‘Dragonfly’ . But most of all, it's his passive emotive thoughts and feelings that are delivered through that soothing vocal, and intricate guitar playing of his.
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darrenclaxton
Absolutely correct Eric!
A healthy body starts in the kitchen.
One tablespoon of Peanut butter and a banana 30 minutes before a run is great, otherwirse, best just to eat peanuts as a treat (I love a bag of KP dry roasted on a Friday night)
Olives are also packed full of fibre but also, lots of sodium.
I think of the body like the ocean, the more salt you hold the more water you need to retain to soak it up. A lot of my weight that I was
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