Category: Why I Run
“ARGHHHH”, that’s what would be running through my brain if I was told I couldn’t exercise or run for 30 days. Most runners would agree with me, not exercising for 30 days would be awful, you’ll lose your mind. Not being able to get your heart pumping, blood flowing and get rid of that excess […]
If you didn’t know I have Aspergers Syndrome, to put it simply, Aspergers means I struggle in social situations and I struggle with confidence. Running however has changed that completely, it’s changed my life.
Imagine being 18 stone? Walking around feeling like you’re carrying two of you? Feeling like you’re being drowned in fat, unable to breath, every step you take feels like extra, phenomenal effort.