Chances are you started off too fast. Start slow, then pick up the pace after ten minutes.
I am a yo yo runner. I did a "get into running beginnrs course" 4 years ago and could run for 30 mins at end of it.I then did the Great South Run. Then over work over eating and general laziness took over. I have now started a get fit campaign. I am doing jogging outside but still go into a walk every few minutes and cannot get into solid running however slowly. I went out yesterday and at some points the running just seemed to flow but could not keep it up for long. I am doing a mixture of exercise, running, swimming and spin classes. I am hoping that as the excess weright goes and fitness gets better I might walk less and run more
I would suggest you try a couch to 5k thingy. The best out there is the NHS one. Type it in google it comes strainght. Up its brilliant cause it interspreses walking with running so your not just totally running. Becareful what and when you eat before you go running aswell hun.
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