Calling all Bulldogs - Join us for the Jelly Bean Challenge!
What you need to do: Get a jar and fill with 14 of your favorite candies. For each day that you successfully complete one of the below breathing exercises, eat a piece of candy. It's that simple!
Join us at Together We Do on 1/20/21 @ 6:00p (meeting info on members page). See if you can get to an empty jar, barring any food cravings!
Breath Exercise #1: Resonant (Coherent) Breathing
- Sit up straight. Relax shoulders and belly. Exhale.
- Inhale softly for 5.5 seconds, expanding belly as air fills bottom of lungs
- Exhale softly for 5.5 seconds, bringing belly in as lungs empty
- Repeat at least 10 breaths
- Take in a breath, exhale through mouthwith whoosh sound
- Inhale quietly through nose, count to 4. Hold for 7
- Exhale through mouth with whoosh, count to 8
- Repeat for 4 breaths
- Inhale to count of 4. Hold 4
- Exhale to count of 4. Hold 4
- Repeat for 6 breaths
All weekly runs are temporarily suspended
In consultation with Infectious Disease experts who support the Boston Bulldogs, and in light of
rising COVID-19 case numbers in and around Boston, we are continuing the temporary suspension
of all in-person runs. We will re-assess at the end of January and will act in accordance to updated guidelines from the Governor of Massachusetts.
We look forward to resuming weekly runs as soon as it is safe to do so.
You can stay up-to-date on our website and through our social media channels.
If you are running on your own, please remember to always wear your
mask and stay 6' apart.
Thank you and stay well!
Now more than ever we are thankful for the support and encouragement of our community.
Boston Bulldogs Newsletter:
Check out the latest Fall 2020 issue of the Boston Bulldogs Newsletter
While doctors prepare to handle rise in opioid cases, access to recovery programs remains limited
While most support programs have moved online, some groups have found ways to meet in-person following social distancing requirements. The Boston Bulldogs Running Club helps those affected by addiction find emotional and physical well-being.
The group used Zoom check-ins, running apps and meditation sessions to stay connected through the spring. The group returned to socially-distanced runs in Quincy, Plymouth, Natick and at the Chestnut Hill Reservoir over the summer.
Click HERE to read more!
Access to virtual member meetings and activities!
(Membership fees are waived for those who cannot pay the annual fee).
Check out our Event Calendar for a full list of activities and runs.
Check it out!
Boston Bulldogs in Runners World
Boston Bulldogs featured in Sparking Life video (below)