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Run/Walk For Life News
The year so far may have been marred by challenges, but there’s one challenge that promises to leave its participants…
While the way we have been exercising has changed quite a bit of late in the face of the Covid-19…
While your legs power you forward and handle the ground impact, it’s important to remember your upper body.
Perhaps, for your entire life, you’ve been the person who often exclaims that you HATE running.
Humans are creatures of habit, and not all habits are good ones. If you’re a runner and you feel like you’ve been hitting a wall in terms of training and performance,
The saying goes that one needs to walk before you can run, but some avid walkers might disagree.
When president Cyril Ramaphosa announced that South Africans would be heading into a national lockdown from 27 March to 16 April, many fitness fanatics were especially upset that they wouldn’t be able to head out for their usual run or workout sessions.
The Run/Walk For Life Ambassador and sponsored athlete programme gives RWFL members a chance to share their own stories of triumphing over challenges, whilst motivating and inspiring other RWFL members to be the very best they can be.
The Run/Walk For Life Ambassador and sponsored athlete programme aims to inspire the thousands of RWFL members in the country with stories of success from both professional athletes and weekend warriors looking to improve their overall wellbeing.