Over the years, Jay has faced several traumatic life experiences. Most recently, in 2021, he was diagnosed with eye cancer. But instead of giving up, Jay viewed his road to recovery as a challenge, taking one step at a time, one hurdle at a time, one battle at a time. His story is one of strength and resilience, and offers hope to runners facing difficult challenges.
For British Army Veteran, Stephen Wootton, Rokman has provided him the motivation to keep fit and stay in shape. By adding variety to his workouts a reason to put on his trainers each week, at age 45, he is still surprising himself with what he's able to achieve. Read his story in his own words below.
Utilising running and fitness challenges, Jamie, now 48, has managed to shift almost 3-stone, maintain a health mindset and get himself into the best shape of his life. Read his inspiring story in his own words.
Robin used running and fitness challenges as form of therapy to build his mental resilience, increase his confidence and maintain a healthy mental and physical wellbeing. Here, Robin tells you his fitness journey in his own words.
We speak to former Wales Rugby captain and British Lion, Ryan Jones, about his 465-mile November Beast running challenge, the mental health benefits of pushing our limits and why we are all capable of so much more.
We speak to Welsh ultra-athlete, extreme adventurer and TV presenter, Huw Brassington, about taking on some of the toughest races in the world, living with no regrets and why you shouldn't enter a mule into Crufts.
Discover how Welsh extreme athlete, Ash Dykes, breaks-down the planet's biggest challenges into achievable chunks, how he prepares his body and mind for 'worst-case scenario' and the mindset strategy he used to avoid dying of dehydration in the Gobi Desert.