How many times per week do you do the 30 minutes? Hopefully at least three. Have patience. Your body is adjusting to the stress of running, and it takes time, but the time will come when you can run for 30 minutes without wa
Shin splints are one of the most common injuries. Another name for shin splints is too much, too soon. Cut your running back to 1 minute. Be sure you don't overstride. Your foot should hit the ground when your foot is under y
Advice from an Expert Beginner (Runner)by
Yep, that's right. An expert beginnerrunner. It's this time of year that I feel... to do and how to go about it.
Here are a few of my "expert" beginnerrunner rules. Now, just to set expectations appropriately low...
The Unsung Hero: The BeginnerRunnerby
. Whether it be growing a family, getting an education, building a career, starting a business, or becoming a runner. Once... to get there.
The beginning running group that I'm leading at RunnerDude's Fitness has really reminded me of all that it takes...
3 Overweight BeginnerRunner Tipsby
This is a guest post by David Dack. Starting a running program with the right training strategies is key to staying injury-free and achieving long-term consistencythis is especially true if you’re an overweight person. In
. This is important for all runners but especially so for beginners. By a good base, I mean lots and lots of LSD. Not doing speed...Geoff has given us some excellent points, especially for experienced runners who want to maximize...
Sometimes, beginners get discouraged by pace. So, one way of getting started is to do a run/walk combo -- running...
Top 10 questions asked by beginning runnersby
Found this great article for beginning runners..
Question: How long should my first runs...: How often should I run?
Answer: For beginners, I recommend three or four days a week. I also recommend alternating...
Diary of a Beginner....by
Marathon Mommies !.
. I am not an advanced runner - nor am I even a mediocre runner - I am a true beginner...novice to the 10th... good. Can any of you more 'advanced' runners share with us some of your 'beginner' stories...