still I run 2020 run streak challenge
At Still I Run and More Miles More Fun, we understand it’s important to start a daily running or fitness routine. Not only can it improve your health, but your state of mind as well. Unfortunately, life gets in the way sometimes, and it’s hard to stick to routines. It’s even harder when feel like you need some extra support. That’s where the Run Streak Challenges comes in. It’s just the little push you need!
Every May, for Mental Health Awareness month, we hold a run streak where we ask you to run or walk at least one mile every day for the cause. By joining our May 2020 Run Streak you’ll find strength in numbers, help smash the stigma of mental health issues, and get some pretty sweet swag in the process. That’s a win/win!
By joining our challenge, we can help give you the extra boost needed to get out the door and we can’t wait for you to join us! Let’s make this promise together. Click the button below and sign up!
HOW DOES THE RUN STREAK CHALLENGE WORK?
Joining the May Run Streak is easy! All you have to do is pick your level of participation (each comes with sweet swag), register BELOW, join the Still I Run Private Facebook group, and then run or walk a mile every day. Once you’re done with your mile for the day, post about it to the FB group or to your own social media account using #sirunstreak. Seems easy enough, right?
As you work on this journey of putting in a mile every day, you’ll connect with others in the mental health running community, create mental health awareness, and complete 31 days of run streaking! (And who knows, you may even want to keep streaking after that!)
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About Still I Run
Our mission is to encourage one another to take time out of our busy lives to run for our mental health. Still I Run is a community where people can share their experience of dealing with depression/anxiety etc. through running or any other type of physical activity. The group aims to help erase the stigma surrounding mental illness, create solidarity for those of us that are acquainted with it, and hopefully inspire others to take up running or physical exercise as a way to cope with a mental health condition.
We’re a community of warriors determined to take control of our physical and mental health while also breaking the stigma surrounding people that live with a mental illness.