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Digital Subscriptions > Men's Running > June 2019 > “I WOULD RECOMMEND RUNNING TO ANYONE. EXERCISE IS THE BEST MEDICINE FOR WHATEVER BATTLES YOU FACE”

“I WOULD RECOMMEND RUNNING TO ANYONE. EXERCISE IS THE BEST MEDICINE FOR WHATEVER BATTLES YOU FACE”

A CHANGE OF SCENERY HELPED DAN MILLS FALL IN LOVE WITH EXERCISE, SHED FOUR STONE, RESTORE HIS CONFIDENCE AND REGAIN HIS COMPETITIVE EDGE
Running helped Dan overcome many obstacles

I’d always had issues with my weight, even as a child,”explains Dan Mills, 28, from Exeter. “It got to a point, when I was at university, that my self-confidence was non-existent and I’d suffer with bouts of depression.”

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About Men's Running

We once did a survey about people’s entry points to running. By far and away the most popular reason for men starting running was to lose weight. Sometimes this was due to doctor’s orders, others wanting to keep up with their children. Most often it was epiphany moment – a picture at a wedding of a self they didn’t recognise or a chance glimpse in a mirror of the person they’d unknowingly become. Running became their saviour, their weight loss fuelled by their love of a sport they never knew they’d enjoy. is decision was a life-changer and these people shared their stories with us month after month. is special edition celebrates these men and their running journeys. It’s touching, inspiring and we hope in uences others to start their own journeys.