Start a running club.
Why train solo when you could be outpacing your friends? The road is nature’s gym and running is better in numbers. There’s no need to pay for an expensive club – get your friends involved and get moving. Make one day run day. For 30 minutes. Every week. Last person to the finish line buys the pizza
Pick up your racquet.
There are plenty of fun things to do with a group of friends, but great weekend activities to do in pairs, too – like squash. Few things come close to the intensity of a good game. You could try getting your group involved in a tournament. Whatever the outcome, it’s your body that’s the real winner
Join the team.
Sunday sport doesn’t have to begin and end with lapping the local park. Think of fun ideas to do with friends, instead. Activities like ultimate frisbee and touch rugby are novel ways to work up a sweat with a group of people. All you need is some willing participants and the weather on your side
Swap the screen for the stars.
Boxset binges can be the best part of the week. But why not swap a sofa session for something more experiential? A beach trip beats a night inside. Camping under the stars, no matter how relaxing, means a lot of walking before settling in. With so many screens around, unplugging is a rare treat
Choose two wheels.
Hop in the saddle. Whether you want the exhilaration of a fast descent or an easy ride, savour the time spent together out on bikes. Whatever your destination, know you’re protected all day. Sure Men Invisible Ice Antiperspirant Deodorant or Sure Women Invisible Aqua Antiperspirant Deodorant will keep you dry on the road without leaving stains on your kit
Embrace the outdoors.
The great outdoors is good for body and mind, so get mucky. Trail running – jogging and hiking over muddy off-road trails – challenges your body more than regular running. The uneven terrain kicks your core into action as you and your friends power on. Find the best route and challenge yourself