Run For All and leading race review platform, Racecheck, are teaming-up to inspire and motivate anyone and everyone to get out and get active.

The ‘I can!’ feel-good challenge is designed to encourage people of all ages and abilities to take steps towards improving their mental health and physical fitness through exercise.


Becky Core from Run For All explained: “The ‘I can!’ feel-good challenge isn’t about competition, speed, or even distance – it’s about pushing yourself to do more and feel better.

“Participants will be challenged to run 5K in week one, 10K in week two, half marathon in week three, and marathon distance in week four.

“Everyone has the whole week to clock-up their distance, so there’s absolutely no pressure to run any of the distances in one run, and no limit to how many runs they take to reach each distance.”

Runners must log their week of runs online by midnight each Sunday to be in with a chance of winning ‘feel-good Friday’ prize bundles containing free places in Run For All’s many popular events, and a fantastic array of goodies from sponsor best-selling Bavarian brewer Erdinger.

Challengers can take part at any point throughout April, gaining an entry to the final grand prize draw for free entry to a whole year of Race For All events with each week they complete. This means that the more you run, the more chance you have to win big at the end of the month!

Yvonne Turner from Racecheck said: “We’re thrilled to be teaming up with a great cause like Run For All to get more people into running.

“At Racecheck, we are all about sharing sporting experiences and supporting each other in going the extra mile. We feel there is a race for everyone and we want to help you find it. This challenge allows you to take control of your running, structure the distances to suit you and feel good about your accomplishments. If you thought you could never do a half marathon, now is your chance and help you see that everything is possible.

“We really hope that everyone enjoys taking part in this challenge and continues to share their sporting experiences with fellow athletes at Racecheck.”

Running can have a positive effect on both mental health and physical fitness, so whether you take on the runs by yourself, with a running buddy, or as part of a group, the challenge remains entirely personal.

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