Proud to Support Sweat and Tears
Twists and turns are part of life, just like Sweat and Tears.
And together we’ll find a way through.
BUXTON Water and Mind share a mission to promote better physical and mental wellbeing across the nation, through exercise and hydration.
BUXTON Water is proud to support Sweat and Tears and will donate £100,000* to Mind to continue its effort in mental health to help build a resilient Britain.
Sweat and Tears Runners
Three BUXTON Sweat and Tears runners share how running and training for the TCS London Marathon helped with their mental health.
Follow the #SweatAndTears Movement
Take part in the Sweat and Tears movement and together we can make a difference, all by using the #SweatAndTears Hashtag.
The Power of Hydration
Understanding the power of hydration for your health and wellbeing is vital. Learn how proper hydration can help
Sweat and Tears Rise Up Community
This year, our Rise Up Runners are fundraising for Mind as they take on the 26.2 mile challenge and run the TCS London Marathon
Win your place at the TCS London Marathon 2024
Take your chance to win a place to run the TCS London Marathon 2024. Join BUXTON’s running team, and together with BUXTON and MIND help support the nation to hydrate and exercise for better mental and physical health!
Let’s face it … training through winter can be challenging for many reasons!Take a look
And just like that, the London Marathon 2023 has come to a close! After experiencing that rush of adrenaline when they crossed the finish line, we asked our Buxton Sweat and Tears Runners to share their post-marathon feelings and any other reflections they had after completing this huge achievement. See what wisdom they had to share below.Take a look
3 Buxton marathon runners share with us how running and training for the marathon helped with their mental health. See their inspiring stories here.Take a look
We already know that exercise is good for us but it can also help improve our mood, help with anxiety, stress and depression and also improve our sleep patterns.Take a look
Cross training really just means incorporating a number of different activities into your exercise routine. By doing this you’ll use a range of movements and load a variety of muscles, bones, joints, and ligaments which in turn will help avoid the repetition or impact injuries associated with a single activity, such as running.Take a look
“The miracle isn’t that I finished. The miracle is that I had the courage to start.” ~ John BinghamTake a look
“The man who moves a mountain begins by carrying away small stones” ~ ConfuciusTake a look
Knowing what to eat before, during and after a marathon can be difficult. But don't worry, we've put together a guide on marathon nutrition - take a look!Take a look
The British weather doesn't need to stop your running schedule. With some adjustments, you can stay on track. See more on running in the rain & more.Take a look
*BUXTON is committed to supporting the physical and mental wellbeing of Britain. BUXTON will donate £100,000 to Mind (registered charity number 219830) as a result of this promotion.