I'm going to talk for a few minutes about running because running is something that I really love and also really hate. It's funny how you can love something and hate something at the same time.
I like to go running in the park, particularly after a long day at work when you've been inside for the whole day it's really nice to go outside in the fresh air and get some exercise, and after the run is finished you feel so good: You feel really good about yourself and you know that you've done something worthwhile and something which is healthy too. Sometimes I like to go to the gym and I like to run on the treadmill, but I think it's easier to run on the treadmill than it is to run outside on the concrete or on the grass.
As I already said, running is also something which I cannot stand. Sometimes when I'm running I think 'Why am I doing this to myself?'. I think 'This is awful. My legs hurt, my heart is beating too quickly and I cannot breathe!', but, then, at the end it always seems worthwhile and at the end I always think 'Ah, that's why I was doing it!' and it's always really good at the end.
One day I would like to be a really good runner. One day I'd really like to run the London Marathon, but I know I've got a long way to go yet.