Part 2: In the beginning all routes have the potential to stir up the wonderful running relationship between yourself and your body: that is the magic of running. Yes, the world of running is alive with options, consequences, choices, alternatives. Let’s try to narrow these options down a little. I can’t guarantee the full repertoire of route options to explore, but here’s what I know.
Part 1: So you want to run with your bipolar disorder? This might be a guide for some of you who have been recently diagnosed with bipolar disorder; who are now taking up running with this new/longstanding diagnosis; who are looking for guidance to get back into running again whilst also managing bipolar disorder.
The brief was simple: do one micro adventure each day of Lent. Something new, or perhaps something that scares you. Outdoors or inside. For forty-four days. It’s all about doing something for Lent instead of not doing something. Inspired!