‘Run for Lives’ event today at Jalandhar's Hans Raj Mahila Maha Vidyalaya

Tribune News Service

Jalandhar, April 7

The first ‘Run for Lives’ 2021 – a health event supported by Fit India Movement and Sports Authority of India will be held on April 8 at Hans Raj Mahila Maha Vidyalaya. The event will comprise individual run of 1.5-km (under-21) and 3-km (under 25) category. Being held in collaboration with Hans Raj Mahila Maha Vidyalaya, Jalandhar, it is sponsored by Beenu Rajpoot Films and Agrimaa Society of Arts, Delhi.

The event is being held by Beenu Rajpoot (filmmaker) with the motto to promote fitness as easy, fun and free. She was also recently selected as ‘Fit India Ambassador’ and ‘Fir India Champion’ of the Fit India Movement, Sports Authority of India.

Beenu shared, “The mission of this ‘Run for Lives’ event is to create awareness towards fitness and a more physically active lifestyle. Running and cycling is a beloved hobby of many people across the globe. Both are the best ways to boost your physical as well as mental health. It helps just about all aspects of your health, provides an outlet for stress relief and improves your mood and overall happiness. Cycling is one of the most accessible sports on the planet. It’s also a sport which gives anyone who takes to two wheels an enormous sense of freedom. Leaving the stress of daily life and pedaling away without a care in the world, whether it’s in your local lanes or high in the mountains miles from civilization. There’s little that can beat the beautiful simplicity of a bike ride. Besides these activities, we will soon organise yoga marathon, campus running, workshops on food combinations and diet and workshops on fitness etc.”

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