Hockeyroo goalkeeper Rachael Lynch is calling on Australians to harm their health after months of brutal blockades throughout the state.
Hockeyroo goalkeeper Rachael Lynch is calling on Australians to harm their health and get in the sun months after the brutal blockade of the entire state.
After recently competing in the Tokyo Olympics, Register Donors and Mental Health Ambassador Lynch signed up for the Heart Foundation’s MyMarathon Fitness Challenge and helped raise money for life-saving heart disease research.
At the annual marathon, participants are encouraged to walk or run 42.2km on many stages of their choice.
“As an athlete, I have a lot of support for a healthy life and physical and mental health,” Lynch said. “I rounded up a few girls. We use them to create events, raise money, and work with people to run a few kilometers or forever.
“In the face of ongoing stress and pressure, getting out and looking for fresh air and exercising are very important in many ways. It’s a great way to connect with friends and family. Someone together It’s more fun to be in. ”
Heart foundation Adjunct Professor Trevor Shilton, Director of Active Living, said anyone can participate, regardless of age, location, background or fitness level.
“You can do it in 4 hours, 4 days, or 4 weeks. You can do it yourself or as part of a team with friends and colleagues. Walk, run, turn wheels You can do it wherever you like-it’s a very flexible way to complete a marathon.
In addition to checking “Run a marathon” from the bucket list, thank you for your participation.
“The more people who participate, the more money we can raise to help the Heart Foundation end the heart disease caused by heart disease.”
To register for MyMarathon, please visit: mymarathon.com.au