-walk for best progress More Follow a smart schedule MoreStay motivated: set a target More Avoid injury: warm up, cool down, stretch MoreOr see the Runner’s World BIG Beginners' Index for more articles.
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30 mins continuously.The ResultCongratulations! Youre a real runner! What next? How about a 5K (3.1-mile) race?Beginner Six-Week Schedule | Intermediate Six-Week Schedule | Your First 5K (non-subscriber preview)
at the running club true?And unless you’ve exclusive 24-hour access to a panel of experts, there’s no better place to turn than the RW forums. Here you can tap the collective knowledge of more than 350,000 runners, from fresh-faced first-timers to wizened oldies
on them. Avoid them as much as possible.Beware the one-track mind Tracks are definitely easier on your legs than pavements, but theyre tougher on your psyche. Many beginner runners go to a track for their initial runs and, not surprisingly, find
and criminals.DONT run in remote areas, especially if youre running alone. If you dont have a training partner, run with a dog or carry a personal attack alarm. Dont approach a car to give directions, and dont assume that all runners are harmless.
-marathon runners need go wild with pasta.Q. Will I lose weight (please...)? A. Nothing (except cross-country skiing) burns more calories per minute than running. But don't forget to eat and drink enough to exercise at your best in the first place. You'll still
...Himself, pre-column...'... an untrained writer whose only running credential was that he was slow – but used to be slower'Getting started..."I decided that when I could run three miles, I’d be a runner. ... So out I’d go – without reaching the three miles. Day
...Rachel Rogers - 'Slimming world' is a great plan for runners; you need to make sure you restock you muscles after a run, and you can have potatoes, pasta and rice in as large quantities as you like. I've lost nearly four stone with them so far. I don't feel like
expanding their minds on the punning, word association and crazy sentence threads. And to the post your last runners and 30-mile challengers - happy running and may we all post PBs in 2008. xx – B with bells on Join the threadDIFFERENCE BETWEEN JOGGING
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