We're all making the most of our daily exercise outside, but one man from the Wirral has taken it to the extreme.
John Harris ran 1210 laps of his back garden - the same distance as a marathon - to raise money for his local NHS Trust and the charity CLIC Sargent.
The challenge took him 4 hours and 21 minutes. His wife Sophie, and the odd friend and family peering over the fence, cheered him on throughout and kept him motivated with music.
John was due to run the London Marathon later this month, but after it was postponed, decided to create his own course to continue raising money for his chosen charities.