We have all heard time and time again that running isn’t just good for your body, it’s good for your mind too. And this week on RunPod, we hear from a someone who has worked out how to combine talking about your mental health with doing something about it.Jessica Robson set up Run Talk Run three years ago in a bid to make both running and mental health support more accessible. It’s a weekly 5k with a difference - the focus isn’t on setting a PB or racing against your neighbour, but listening to them. In this episode Jessica discusses why and how she set up Run Talk Run, how it helps her mental health and how you can get involved. An inspirational listen that might just prompt you to head out and talk. Enjoy!
Run Talk Run with Jessica Robson | Mental Fitness 187
The Mental Fitness Show
Discussion with Jessica Robson from the UK - founder of Run Talk Run Mental Health Support Community - they facilitate support groups world wide and provide a safe space to talk about your Mental health in a non - intimidating environment
Episode 45: How To Overcome Depression and Anxiety With Jessica Robson
Stay Stupid Podcast
On today's episode we had an incredible guest, the founder of Run Talk Run a group for mental health Jessica Robson. We discussed how we can overcome depression and anxiety, how we can open up to strangers, how we can start living a better and happier life. Jessica shared with us how running has benefited her life and how she manages to change her mood by running. Support the show (https://staystupidpodcast.com/)
Episode 1: Jessica Robson of Run Talk Run on running, positive mental health and a Death Valley challenge
The Life Well Lived Podcast with Shane Breslin
Hello and welcome to the very first interview episode of my new podcast, the Life Well Lived Podcast with me, Shane Breslin. The first Life Well Lived podcast guest is Jessica Robson, who I’ve been following for more than a year now. Jessica talks to me about her own mental health struggles, through eating disorders and anxiety and depression, and how those challenges led her to establishing Run Talk Run, a support group that combines running and talking to help people who might be struggling with their own mental health or who are supporting a loved one in that situation.Jessica talks to me about the background and vision for Run Talk Run, as well as the responsibility of establishing a support group like this, the challenge of identity in an age when, through social media, we can easily become known for One Thing, and her big plans for 2019, which will include running through the night in Death Valley with a cyclist alongside her to stave off any wild dogs!I hope you enjoy this conversation, and if you do, please share out a screenshot to any social media platform to share this with any of your friends and contacts who might be interested in running and positive mental health. So, without further ado, let the first Life Well Lived podcast interview begin!