Support: Surrounding yourself with others who genuinely support you and your goals can improve your success and your well being. At Inspired Running, you’ll have the support of an entire group of people who believe in you &you’ll get the tools to learn how to start believing in yourself.
Motivation & Encouragement: The Inspired Running community is designed to help you ramp up motivation & decrease resistance.
Confidence: You’ll get step by step instructions that are doable and created for true beginners. You’ll get a system designed to give you the evidence that you become a runner and that it can be fun.
Practical How-To's: You'll get loads of tips, tricks, habits & perspective to help you feel good about yourself and your running. From how to run up hills to increasing your desire to run, there's plenty of how-to's to get you on the road to running.
Acceptance: No one is too slow, too old or too overweight to start. At Inspired Running, you’ll never be left behind.
Celebration & Fun You'll have a group cheering you on for the smallest victories (like running for a minute without stopping) & you’ll learn how to run in a way that is fun. You’ll learn why it doesn’t feel fun now, and what you need to change to start loving it
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