Running, walking or combining them both is a fantastic way to increase fitness levels and become more active, relieve tension and tension from your body and practice self-care. But starting can be tough! As a beginner it may require patience and perseverance on your journey.
Finding Your Routine: For new runners, finding time and motivation to run can be challenging, so building running into your weekly schedule may increase your likelihood of staying with it long term and seeing results.
Choose a time that works for both you and your body: One of the keys to successful fitness is consistency, so select an hour every week when it works best for your schedule and stick to it. While early morning would be ideal, consider when best suits your daily schedule before making your choice.
Dress Appropriately: If you are just beginning running or starting over again, investing in some running apparel that will keep you comfortable will be key for staying fit. Look for options made of lightweight wicking fibres which draw moisture away from your skin to keep you cool and dry during exercise.
Acquire proper running form:
Mastering proper running form can save energy, improve pace and prevent injury by following basic form rules like keeping your posture upright with long and tall back, relaxed shoulders and neutral pelvis position.