How 15 Minutes + A Daily Mile Could Change Your Life In 5 Big Ways
Source: Women’s Health Magazine
It’s been said time and again that the answer to the growing obesity problem in this country needs to start at a young age, and the Daily Mile is a very positive move in the right direction.
The idea was created to get school kids active before lessons by running one mile every day, it has since been rolled out across the whole of Scotland with strong encouragement to get it up and down the UK.
While the scheme is designed to get primary school pupils active, there’s no reason why the same principals shouldn’t be applied to your adult life.
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