Running is free and can be done anywhere, and it burns more calories than any other exercise. To know more, keep reading CRB Tech Reviews.
Regular running could reduce your risk of chronic illnesses, like heart disease, type 2 diabetes and stroke. It could also boost your mood and keep your pounds under control.
Before you begin
If you’ve not been active since a while, you might want to build your fitness levels slowly with this guide to walking for health before you start running.
Running needs very little equipment, but only a good pair of running shoes.
There are many types of trainers available, it’s wise to get advice from a specialist running retailer who will assess your foot prescribe the right kind of shoe for you.
Plan your runs. Work out when and where you’re going to run and maintain a diary.
If you feel out of shape or recovering from an injury or worried about an existing health condition, see your physician, before you start running.
To avoid injuries and enjoy the experience, it’s necessary to ease yourself into running slowly and increase your pace and distance slowly over several outings.
Begin each run with a gentle warm-up of at least 5 minutes. This could include quick walk, march on a spot, knee lifts, side step and climb stairs.
When you first begin, try to alternate between running and walking during your sessions.
As time passes, make the running intervals longer until you no don’t feel the need to walk.
Give yourself a few minutes to calm down after each run by walking and do a few stretches. Try out a post-run stretch routine.
Regular running for beginners means going out at least two times a week. Your running will improve as your body adapts to a consistent training stimulus.
It’s wise to run twice a week, for every week, than run six times one week and next don’t run for the next three weeks.
Set a goal
Whatever be your level, setting challenges is necessary to stay motivated. Training for a race, like 5K, or a charity run is a good way to keep running. Find a running event nearby or in your city.
Run with a buddy
It really helps to run with someone of the same level of ability. You’ll encourage each other when you don’t feel like running. You could find a running partner on realbuzz or JoggingBuddy.
Keep a log
Keep a log of your runs. Note down every run, including the route, distance, weather condition, time, and how you felt. This would help, whenever your motivation gets flagged, you can look into your diary and be encouraged by how much you improved.
Mix it up
Keep your running interesting by adding varieties. Run various distances, pace and routes.
Join a club
A running club is the best way to remain committed to running regularly. Most clubs have running groups of different levels, including beginners. Clubs are also a great way to find running partners to run outside club sessions.
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