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“THE RUNNING IS A FORM OF THERAPY – GIVING ME TIME TO THINK AND MANAGE THE PACE OF LIFE”

DIAGNOSED AS MORBIDLY OBESE AND WARNED THAT HIS WEIGHT MEANT HE WAS IN ‘BIG TROUBLE’, DAN MULLIN, A 43-YEAR-OLD FATHER OF TWO FROM MANCHESTER, HAS TRANSFORMED HIS LIFE – WITH A LITTLE HELP FROM A RUNNING COACH
Dan at his heaviest, on a walk along The Ridgeway

I’d always been sporty, doing martial arts as a kid and even playing semi-professional rugby and football as a teenager, but I kind of let it all go in my 40s, which saw me pile on the weight,”explains Paul.

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