Tips To Starting A Running Schedule


People take into running for different reasons. Some believe in beating down the boredom and other who love to tread the unbeaten path. Running can be enjoyable even to those who are not fitness freaks or natural athletes. You can make running a pleasure if you stick to some basic rules. Set realistic expectations. New runner gets vexed when their targets are not met. Never stretch, start slowly. Not meeting the target could leave you uninterested. Unless you think you are good, you cannot enjoy running. To begin with do not expect to be a sprinter.

Invest in good running gears. Forget about investing in chronograph watches GPS tracker, fitness trackers, technical apparels and the like. Just get a decent pair of sneakers that fits your feet and easy for your to stride. A good pair can cost you around $70-$100. If you are a beginner, start with a lot of walking than straight away trailing the path. Since a first-time runner would be new to the trade, it is best to warm up before you start running. You can start with a minute of active walking than some jogging before you get into full fledged running.

 Running Schedule

If you are already into the trade, like football, cross country skiing, kickball, squash. Etc you can start with running slow yet steady running for about 30 minutes. You can do your running on the treadmill, in the wild or on the trail. Irrespective of wherever you run, make it a habit to continue at least 3 times in a week. Do not overexert yourself when you start. Take a companion along while running. Engage in a conversation, if you can manage both that is a good sign. If you are breathing hard while talking, then it is time to slow down a bit. If you do not have a partner, then imagine a partner and engage in a conversation to check your speed.

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