2. Meditate on the Move

For me, meditating is a great way to regroup, wind down, and gather my wits after a long day. I’ve also found that it’s useful on the run too! You don’t have to be a chakra guru, and you don’t need to be religious β€” meditating can be achieved by anyone and will bring some Zen to your morning jog.

Meditating while running can help you get your mind off of the stressful things going on in your life, and focus on your goals instead. It’s also proven to lower blood pressure and help with anxiety. The benefits of meditating are endless so pair your run with some relaxing music and you can make your mile feel like a spa day.