-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.
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
of injury?How can I bounce back when I feel like a beginner again?NutritionWhat's the best way to top up my energy reserves during a long run?What - and when - should I eat before an early-morning run?How long should I leave between a booze-up and a marathon
woollen ski hat to retain heat. Sunblock, sunglasses, a cap and white clothing make sense on hot days.DONT run in worn-out shoes, or in shoes that are designed for other sports.DONT attempt to train through an athletic injury. Little aches and pains can
, overhauled his diet and overcame a knee injury to get in shape for London, wouldn’t be drawn on his future plans straight away. “I’d like to run abroad maybe, but we’ll see.” Before the off, Braidwood said she’d be happy as long as she didn’t come last. She
Heath and Injury | Motivation | Nutrition | Racing | Shoes + Kit | Training | Weight-loss | CreditsThese are highlights and frequently asked questions from our beginner forums. They were created by members of Runner's World just like you. If you
on. See full threadCommon beginner injuries and health tipsBlistersMarathong - The night before a long run, I put petroleum jelly all over my feet, put socks on and go to bed. The petroleum jelly softens the skin while you sleep. On the day
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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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