Recent health survey results revealed an unexpected incentive for some women’s fitness drives.

An experienced runner, Gillian Napton, has attributed her consistent success in races, to the steady stream of hearty feedback, she receives from passing vehicles.

During her gruelling training sessions, often upwards of twenty kilometres, she admitted that she liked nothing better than a sharp horn blast or a wolf-whistle. Opening up to us she revealed, ‘’If I’m ever struggling with motivation in a race, all I think about are the warm, positive affirmations I receive, such as ‘nice pins’ or ‘you don’t get many of them for a pound’.”

Rather than simply focussing on personal achievement, or even raising money for charity, providing entertainment for the roving masses, has become the newly manageable motivation.

One athlete has even taken the enterprising step of marketing scorecards, which can be kept in readiness by drivers, to show numerical appreciation to passing sportswomen. Points can be chalked up for rhythmic chest-wobbles, tightness of clothes and pertness of bottom.

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