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Digital Subscriptions > Men's Running > August 2018 > “The buzz I used to get from alcohol and overeating is replaced with the natural endorphins while out running”

“The buzz I used to get from alcohol and overeating is replaced with the natural endorphins while out running”



As well as running more, Trevor has ditched a diet heavy in artificial, processed foods

An addiction to excess got me to the point where the bathroom scales were groaning at my 21-plus stone in weight”, explains Trevor Binch, 47, from Wolvey in Warwickshire. “I started putting weight on in line with how well my career was going. The better work went the more I felt I could justify rewarding myself with more takeaways, restaurant meals and boozy nights out.” As the online treadmill in Trevor’s life was one of working hard, growing his business, and neglecting his health, so the pounds piled on.

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About Men's Running

The August issue of Men’s Running is all about running happy. As a runner, it can be easy to lose track of exactly why it is you run; it’s all too easy to get swamped by target times and the pressure to perform. Our feature on Running and Happiness looks at the many reasons we lace up our trainers – and attempts to reinforce the one overriding aim we all should have: to find a greater sense of joy. Elsewhere, the weird and wonderful world of racing is exemplified by the Beer Lovers’ Marathon: 26.2 miles of booze-fuelled fun. And, in a unique take on Baz Luhrmann’s 90’s hit ‘Everybody’s Free to Wear Sunscreen’, resident ultra pro Robbie Britton has a heap of advice for would-be long-distance dons. Happy running!