Running may be good for more than your fitness according to research by the University of Iowa which suggests that the consistent effort demanded by regular runs can can improve your ability to follow through on other aspects of your life.  So whether you have a major work project or a personal ambition, it looks like the running routine will speed you on your way.

Lacing up those trainers and getting on track is also recognised for its positive impact on overall wellbeing, tackling depression and anxiety, leading to it being quoted by the NHS as a great way to get both your body and mind fitter.

Interested in reading more?  University of Iowa   NHS