This blog post is written by Sonia Juneja, a runner from Ahmedabad, Gujarat. Sonia talks about her fear of running, and how she overcame it by taking small steps.
This blog post is written by Varda Harneja, a very enthusiastic runner from Delhi NCR, and now a podium finisher at the NCR running scene. Varda talks about how her life got affected by a rare medical condition, and how she overcame it though running.
Ankit, a data engineer by profession, recently got introduced to running. He never knew he would get addicted to it that soon. He now runs, just for happiness & a sense of determination and satisfaction; believing in just 5 words – “As you run you become !”
This post is written by Paveela Prashar Bali, the founder of The Run Club, a newly established running group in the city of Chandigarh. She talks about how the 100 Days of Running challenge has energized the group members.
This post is contributed by Sunaina Ravindra, an engineering graduate with a masters in marketing. Sunaina worked as an advertising professional for over 4 years, but chose the path less traveled as she discovered her passion in fitness. Sunaina is proud to call herself a runner, is a trained Hatha yoga professional and an enthusiast for any physical challenge.
Dr Pallavi Aga, a runner from Lucknow, and now part of the Lucknow Gazelles running group, shares her story of her transformation from having a sedentary lifestyle, into an active and fit one.
There have been various studies towards long distance running and barefoot running is no exception to this. Every runner is different as the reality is they follow different training and diet plans and are living in different geographical / climatic conditions. So the debate is always on whether barefoot running is good, bad or is it ok as per the individual’s body strength. Before I started practicing barefoot running, I have never ever thought of including this even for my training.
Some wonderful advice from a very experienced runner from Delhi NCR, and a Comrades Marathon finisher, Rashmi Mohanty, on how to handle 100 days of daily running. Worth reading for all participants.