How To Run Part 1 – Preparations
So many new runners fail to run with proper form or the right gear and it all goes horribly wrong. The biggest mistakes are normally made in the first few weeks.
You can build up to running with a walking plan, do everything on the preparation list and that first run is still going to be tough.
The biggest challenge for new runners is to get through those first few weeks. To find your running routine and stick to a weekly running schedule.
With the first 3 weeks under your belt, your aim is to make the habit stick. You don’t want to waste the fitness you’ve built up, so you need a plan to stay motivated and on track.
It’s often tempting as a beginner runner to compare yourself unfavorably with other runners. DON’T. The only person you should be comparing yourself with is your former self.