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Alliotts’ running club – shared dedication and resolve

Starting Alliotts’ running club has been an amazing journey, filled with friendship, personal growth, and some great accomplishments. What started as a way to stay healthy with colleagues has evolved into something much bigger. As we get ready to tackle... Read more

22 Aug 2023

By Harvey White

Starting Alliotts’ running club has been an amazing journey, filled with friendship, personal growth, and some great accomplishments. What started as a way to stay healthy with colleagues has evolved into something much bigger.

As we get ready to tackle our first half marathon, there’s excitement and anticipation in the air. The way we’ve progressed from hesitant beginners to soon-to-be triumphant finishers really showcases the incredible hard work and determination that defines our club.

Some members have kept on running while fasting, this isn’t just about physical strength—it’s a sign of serious mental grit and an unwavering commitment to smashing their goals.

We’ve also mixed things up by trying out different sports which we may not have tried without encouragement. Exploring the stunning hills of Surrey has not only provided punishing workouts but time to bond with our running mates. We’ve shared some priceless moments.

Since October 2022 rain or shine, highs or lows, members have shown up and pushed through, setting an example of dedication and resolve with every single step.

Through all these wins, our running club is living proof of what happens when people come together with a shared mission and a passion for all-around well-being. It’s a prime example of how strength emerges when people who think alike unite for a shared purpose.

A few stop for a photo
Trying to recruit a new member
Running through the Surrey Hills

 

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