Running.....mood boost :-)

Running.....mood boost :-)

I try and remain in a good mood most of the time, however, sometimes that's not possible :-) bad day at the office, girl-hormones at certain times (sorry, lads). I find running really gives my mood a boost; anyone else experience this too? :-)

Just got back in from 5K in Ogden woods....they're so beautiful, hard to be anything but happy running around these woods!

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  • Wow What a beautiful place to run Is it close to your house

  • Do you go anywhere nice to run? :-) yes! A few minutes drive- Ogden Water....not too many hilly bits here thankfully! :-)x

  • Nice park 5 mins from house but just flat grass so almost starting to get bored One run a week 10 min drive to sea where we are practising where they do parkruns Still to get courage to enter! Def agree with you beautiful surroundings and sunny day really 'help' the run

  • Lovely pic runningchick - Yes exercise is a great mood enhancer, especially running! I'm in Sowerby Bridge and although I've run outside (hills aggravate my knee), I prefer to run on treadmill at gym.

  • I used to go to Sowerby Bridge Grammar school so can well imagine your hills! You must be doing long narrow routes along the canal banks, maybe? I live in Wharfedale and the scenery is spectacular but I am restricted to a narrow area unless I am tempted up the hills. I find the running a great mood enhancer. Maybe it's just by being outside that we feel better?

  • beautiful pic, that looks like a perfect run....

  • Gorgeous pic, and yes I definitely find running boosts my mood, it's one of the main reasons I do it :) x

  • ooooo wow that is one beautiful place:D

    for me, we just moved to a beautiful country and pretty much everywhere I go, I see beautiful landscape that is different form my former home (went to Norway from Iceland)

  • Hubby getting really worked up about me going out on Saturday as I'd left it a bit late & it was getting dark. He tried to deter me as it had just started to pour down too. I arrived home & had forgotten my key. Knocked the door, looked up from under my very wet hat & beamed at him & said I enjoyed that. He said "I can see that". I cannot believe how much of a mood buster it is. :) :) :) I hate it when I can't run.

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