This week on Monday Mile I headed to central London, to meet with Jenni Falconer, Radio and Television presenting extrodaniare. She's an advanced Marathon Runner, I call her the Gazelle. Distance running comes very easy to her, she is a source of moving motivation, she does quite literally run her commute. A Mum, Smooth Breakfast Radio show host, RunPod host and even has her own "RunPod Run Club". We find out how she fits it all in, and how important running is to her mental health. She is a source of inspiration, and a welcoming face at the start of most races in the London running scene.
Former Team GB double winter Olympian Aimee Fuller is on a mission to find the secrets for Monday motivation from some of the most successful sports men and women of our time and other well-known celebrities which will drop every week.
Aimee will be probing for answers from the full spectrum of routines; the early birds who have finely tuned Monday mornings, to the late risers who struggle to get up before 11am. How do elite athletes find the motivation to kick start their week come rain or shine? How do celebrities deliver no matter what the time of day? What knowledge can they pass on?’
Each episode will drop on a Monday morning and plays out in real time. Aimee will meet each of her guests for a walk and a chat and over the course of the mile she will find out how they cope on a Monday morning - their idiosyncrasies, breakfast routines, alarm noises - and how, when they need to, find the motivation to kick-on through the week.
Dropping every Monday as a bitesize 20/25 minute piece of content and weekly dose of motivation - right when you need it - sharing some of Britain's greatest athletes’ secrets on self-motivation, candid thoughts on what they struggle with and a sideways look at some of their more unusual morning habits.
Head over to IG to watch the visuals of our episode and what we get up to on our Monday Mile. https://www.instagram.com/aimee_fuller/
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