How to get fit and get a date this Valentine’s day
Love it or hate it, there’s no getting away from the fact that Valentine’s Day is just around the corner.
Refresh your search for love with these Valentine’s Day events – a guaranteed way of finding a partner with the same healthy values as your healthy self.
Hit the track for some speed dating
No Valentine this year? Why not hit the running track to find love? RunBreeze has put a spin on the traditional format by designing a speed dating evening for runners. Participants will run around to the Millennium Track at Battersea Park, on February 10th, for the chance to meet someone new. Each runner will be given a number to wear and asked to run 200m with each date. At the 200m point you will take a quick breather before joining your next date. Runners can then keep a note of any date they like and from there exchange details. The best thing is – if you don’t like your date you can always run a little faster!
Sportdate.org.uk has been created for people wanting to meet others who also have an active lifestyle. With more than 15,000 members and a free membership scheme, you should find what you’re looking for in no time.
Bupa Great Run anyone?
Forget chocolates this Valentine’s Day, treat yourself to a Bupa Great Run experience voucher. Not only will it buy you a guaranteed entry to one of the six Bupa Great Run 2012 events, but you’ll also be running with like-minded people. You never know, you could even bump into Mr. Right!
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