Running with others for added motivation
Walking and running offer numerous benefits, ranging from increased physical fitness to an enhanced sense of well- being. Examining some of the positive results associated with both exercises can help you determine which exercise makes sense for your lifestyle.
Are you the type of person that’s not motivated to train alone? Wanting to find a walking or running collective? Tokoroa Hash House Harriers could be just what you’re looking for! What to bring: You will need to have good walking or running shoes.
It is preferable for the kids to have soft shoes on. Trails can be pram friendly as well. Trail Types:
There is always a shorter, easier walking trail, while the same trail is used for the runners but deviates in extra loops.
But as always, all trails are a mystery prior to each meet.
There are breaks or checks in the trail to search and define what are false trails and which is the on-on!
You may be asking what on-on is? Head along and find out.
The Tokoroa HHH use a lot of alley-ways and cross as many in town parks, reserves and green belts as they can. The club sometimes gets permission to use a farmer’s property and hence there is the occasional hill with a view. The trail does deviate quite often from where you think it should go. The trail setter is the hare and he or she moderates the groups at the checks to ensure no one is left behind. The Hare has a lot of fun helping bring someone who thought they were smart, back onto the trail with everyone else!
Tonight the club is meeting at The Trees Tavern and heading through lovely country views. For further information contact Graeme Sutherland on 027-8438-573 or check out Tokoroa Hash House Harriers on Facebook for the updates. Happy walking/running South Waikato.