National Fitness Day, in conjunction with the Great British Week of Sport, is bringing the nation together to celebrate the power that sport and activity has on our physical, mental and social wellbeing.
Senior International, Rebecca Wigfield, has improved her own wellbeing over the past 12 months, which started by attending her local Park Run event at Wicksteed Park in Northamptonshire.
Rebecca, who is a member at Desborough Town BC in Northamptonshire, said: “Having not done any running before, I started the Park Run just before lockdown and then set myself the challenge to improve my 5km personal best each week. I achieved this by regular home workouts and frequent running.
“It’s something that I really enjoy and find that it helps my mental wellbeing.”
In conjunction with National Fitness Day, Rebecca has revealed her top ten tracks that help her during the route.
Spoiler: We were also disappointed that it didn’t include the dance classic ‘Saturday Night’ by Whigfield!
Check out Rebecca’s top 10 tracks here:
1. Lighter (feat. KSI) – Nathan Dawe
2. Black Widow – Iggy Azalea
3. Where Have You Been – Rihanna
4. Burn – Ellie Goulding
5. High Hopes – Panic! at the Disco
6. Wake Me Up – Avicii
7. Head & Heart (feat. MNEK) – Joel Corry
8. Can’t Hold Us – Macklemore
9. Fake Friends – PS1
10. Play Hard (feat. Ne-Yo & Akon) – David Guetta
[Please note that some tracks may contain expletives]
Why not share your own playlist to our social media posts on Facebook and Twitter. We’d love to hear what your thoughts are on Rebecca’s playlist and your own suggestions.