Australian Men's Fitness

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These days, our survival doesn’t depend on an ability to outlast a mammoth, but regular running will increase your life expectancy as well as your life quality. It’ll make you fitter, healthier and even happier – numerous studies have shown that running significantly reduces your likelihood of depression and anxiety, while improving mood and heightening feelings of energy and wellbeing.

In short, we should all be running more. After all, it’s the cheapest and easiest way to boost your health, your fitness and your mood – all you need is a bit of time and effort (and the right pair of running shoes). And thanks to these tips from top runners, coaches and experts, you can now make that effort take you further – faster.


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