Yesterday I was lucky enough to have the opportunity to meet a few people connected to Britain’s Personal Best and to find out more about the inspiring work they are doing.
It’s a really good opportunity for both individuals and organisations to set themselves a challenge and to keep the spirit of the London Olympics 2012 alive.
It would be such a shame if all the national good feeling, willingness to help others and general celebration of humanity that last summer represented didn’t translate into something with a deeper, wider impact. Whether you were lucky enough to view some of the events live, you were glued to your TV during the Games, or you were even a competitor, there is a way to challenge yourself. Perhaps you want to take something you are good at and do it better, or perhaps your challenge will be something that you are naturally a bit rubbish at. Here are some ideas.