There is no doubt that a running or walking program can change your life, but sometimes when you first get started, there can be some ups and downs. In this Team Growing Bolder Training Tip, Track Shack co-owner Betsy Hughes explains how to push through the hard times and stick with it. It’s a commitment that will change your entire life.
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Jon and Betsy Hughes have owned their world-class running store Track Shack for more than three decades. Betsy discusses some of the people they’ve met over the years and shares stories of how fitness changed and even saved their lives. Get inspired to change your life.
Running isn’t a magic pill that will change your life overnight, but it’s a great way to start taking small steps that will lead to big changes. Track Shack co-owner Betsy Hughes explains how sticking with a fitness program will change every aspect of your life.