The (not)parkrun is a fantastic motivation.
I run three times a week on different 5k routes in our beautiful city of Cape Town and submit my times to (not)parkrun. It has become part of my training during the lock down struggle.
I’m super fit and excited awaiting the parkruns to start, missing my parkrun friends, and volunteering and all the parkrun fun.
Thank you for keeping us informed your ideas, training suggestions and news
What a wonderful initiative (not)parkrun is. I have three routes that I use from my home which I can do clockwise or anti clockwise. I am up to at least 3 of these a week and in fact last week managed 7 consecutive runs.
When I run on my own, I strive for the elusive PB but other times I walk the route with my wife or take either my Jack Russell, Frank, or rescue dog, Bella for a jog. They absolutely love it. (not)parkrun keeps me out there enjoying the fresh air and keeping fit.
I long for the (real) parkrun to return but will no doubt continue doing (not)parkruns during the week! Thanks for keeping us interested and running!
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