CRASH star Matt Dillon urges men who are trying to quit smoking to take up running as a hobby - because it helped him give up for good. The actor started jogging 10 years ago when he quit smoking and he insists the healthy lifestyle made him turn his back on cigarettes for good. He says, "After running four miles, the last thing you want to do is light up a cigarette. "If I hadn't started exercising, I might have picked up the habit again." And the 42-year-old insists all men in their 40s should start taking their health seriously. He adds, "The name of the game is balance, staying in shape, not letting yourself go to the point of no return. "As you get older, it gets harder and harder to bounce back. You have this internal metre."