Why run in a group?

The community of "running addicts " has been growing steadily over the years, to the point where parks and major cities are now besieged by Sunday runners. So, do you want to start running too, or do you simply want to be motivated to go beyond your limits? We have the best way to do it: group running!

Shapeheart explains all about its benefits!

"If you want to run, run a mile. If you want to change your life, run a marathon."
- Emil Zatopek

the motivation you need!

Your weekly motivation boost!

Looking for extra motivation to get into your gym clothes and start running? Surrounding yourself with a group will help you find that new motivation. By committing to them, getting out and running will become a regular occurrence, even on days when you don't feel like it. You'll probably meet people in exactly the same situation as you.
There's nothing like forming a real running community!

the little boost that makes you happy!

Increase your self-confidence

Self-confidence: a rather delicate subject in our society. Self-confidence is built with time, experience and above all with the people around you! Being surrounded by a group of individuals who support each other and want to improve together will help you boost your self-confidence.

Through your social interactions and sharing of knowledge and experiences with other runners, you will be much more motivated to believe in yourself and move forward.

The mandatory companion for all your running trips: Shapeheart!


The big plus: socialization

What better way to meet new people who share your interests? From running buddies to friends, let fate throw you a good surprise! Find your running community.
A group that shares emotions, laughter, difficulties and experiences with you, but most of all your passion for running. Plus, positive social interactions can clearly help you reduce stress and improve your mental health.


Performance improvement

Whether it's a competitive spirit or just a desire to excel, whatever the reason, competing with others is always beneficial! You can be encouraged to go further and train harder when you run with others. In addition, you can take advantage of the benefits of drafting, where you get behind other runners to reduce air resistance and improve your speed.

"Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much."
- Helen Keller

Finally convinced to adopt group running? You are making the right decision!
Look for the group that really suits you according to your location but also your physical level.
Nothing could be easier. Do your research directly on Facebook, the easiest way to communicate and create groups with people near you.

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