The First Steps For Beginner Runners


Beginner Running

Ease yourself in

So you’ve decided to start running — good for you! Running is one of the quickest and most effective ways of getting into shape and improving your health and well-being. It’s also supremely accessible, requiring very little in the way of technical ability (left, right, left, right … got it?) and equipment — so you can start right away.

Noticeable improvements

You’ll almost certainly find that your belt is a little looser, too. A 10st (140lbs) woman running at a comfortable 10 minute mile pace burns 635 calories per hour, compared to just 220 in a ‘bums ‘n’ tums’ body conditioning class. Which means that you can torch 1000 calories in just three half-hour runs per week! Running will also help you sleep better, feel more alert during the day and have you glowing with pride and enthusiasm.

A 10st (140lbs) woman running at a comfortable 10 minute mile pace burns 635 calories per hour, compared to just 220 in a ‘bums ‘n’ tums’ body conditioning class.

Planning and motivation

 

Consistent high-intensity exercise (such as running) lowered breast cancer risk.

Who can start running?

How much time should be spent running?

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Body Camp