Many newbies make the mistake of trying to run too much too soon, and wind up quitting because they’re discouraged or injured. So, try easing into your new routine gradually. It’s a more strategic and sustainable approach.
If you have been sedentary for a few months or more, start by walking 10 to 30 minutes on a regular basis, and increase that time gradually. Once you can walk comfortably for 30 minutes, you’re ready to incorporate some running (check with your doctor if you have a pre-existing condition that may require you to alter your plan).
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