Running is one of the easiest fitness programs to start – all you need is a good pair of shoes, motivation and a nice place to run. I know, we make it sound easy – but here we’ve put together a few quick articles to get you started right. So, get ready to run.
1. The Benefits of Running
Running is the best way to stay in shape, get healthy, and use the least amount of equipment. Here are a few reasons to run and a few tips to get and keep you on the road
2. The Perfect Shoe
Your running shoes are the most important part of your running equipment. Finding the right shoe is not difficult, you just need help getting pointed in the right direction
3. How to Run and Still Like it
Most people think that all you do is just put one foot in front of the other and then go as fast as you can for a while. Here are some tips to help take the intimidation out of distance running and keep the fun in
You have your shoes and are ready to join the ranks as a runner. Here is step two. We’ve put together some information we think you might find helpful to keep you running – safe and strong.
1. Plan Your First Run
This is the fun part. Here are a few tips and tricks of the trade to help make your first step out the door easy and rewarding.
2. Finding Time to Run
Between Kids, Work, School, Church, Family, Friends, and everything else we have going on, finding time to work out can be challenging. But, it can be done!
There are so many opposing views on stretching and many how-to techniques out there. Here is our take on stretching.
You are now ready to go running. Below are training and running options for you to get started and hopefully we can help you build this into your regular routine. Remeber, most of all have a great time!
1. My First 30 Runs
Use this schedule to get through your first 30 runs. The hardests part is taking that first step out the door and getting through the first 30 days. It will get easier!
2. My First 5k
If you are like many other runners out there, running your first 5k is your goal. Here is a training plan that will get you off the couch and running your first 5k.
3. Winter Running
Running in the winter is hard but empowering to get through. To answer to your questions about how to stay warm when it is cold outside, we have put together 10 tips on how do