Amateur runners ‘endure’ charity Peak District run

By Sam Cooper | 21/09/2017

Amateur runners ‘endure’ charity Peak District run
Pictured (from left to right) are, Michelle Heald, Lauren Kirkham, Sean Robinson, Chris Blackshaw and Jordan Clapham. 171577

THE thought of a 10K run can be daunting for even the most committed fitness fanatic.

But a group of amateur runners will go one step further this week when they take part in the Endurer Dash 10K Obstacle Course in the Peak District later this month.

Sean Robinson, who runs personal training sessions as part of his Next Level Fitness business, has convinced four of his clients to take up the challenge.

“It will be their first 10K and with it being an obstacle course, too, it’s going to be exciting for them,” he said.

The group hope to raise at least £600 for the charity Cavendish Cancer Care by completing the challenge.

Visit www.tinyurl.com/10kobstacle to sponsor them.


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