To the best of our knowledge, we’ve never before had an event that included a hawk, a wax-sealed envelope, and a hotel without walls. Until now!
This spring, Rob Parsons, Mark Chester and Gerrit Bantjes bring you the much-anticipated second episode of Run the Race – our new program designed especially for men.
You might have heard the saying, “Life is a marathon, not a sprint”. But so often it feels more like an awkward egg-and-spoon race with your shoe laces tied together. Whatever the case is for you, we can often overlook the importance of what we need afterwards.
So if life is a marathon, sometimes we need to stop … take time out and recover. But all too often we don’t. For some of us, the word ‘recovery’ isn’t even in our vocabulary. In this second episode of Run the Race we will unpack exactly how we do this, and honestly explore how we can look after ourselves. Of course, all while undertaking yet more fun-filled, death-defying, double-barrelled challenges.
Join thousands of men from around the country and tune in for the second episode – and don’t worry, we also have Britain’s Got Talent semi-finalist John Archer returning. You’re in for a corker.
Rob Parsons, OBE, is the founder of Care for the Family. He is a bestselling author of over 25 books including The Heart of Success and The Sixty Minute Father. He has spoken to governments, many blue chip companies and over a million people globally. In some events, Rob even helps people to realise their dreams, but he also has his own dreams. Like one day being able to beat someone in an arm wrestling match.
Gerrit Bantjes has been a British Army paratrooper and fitness coach to Cardiff Rugby Club. He’s an experienced leader of men’s ministry and a world-class communicator, addressing audiences in the UK and abroad. In his spare time, Gerrit fusses over his tiny dogs, teaches people how to say his name correctly and exercises endlessly. He’s probably doing a sit up right now.
Mark Chester is the founder of Who Let The Dads Out? and Care for the Family’s parent support manager. He has written books about fatherhood and football, and has spoken to thousands of people across the world. For fun, Mark plays football as often as his body allows, hits a golf ball badly, jogs reluctantly and swims slowly.
Run the Race is completely FREE to book. The link to view the one-hour long online event will be in your email confirmation, and you can watch it anytime from 8.00 pm until midnight on 8, 9, 10 June.