When I first started running, I ran (pun intended!) into many obstacles that made me feel defeated and *gasp* I almost gave up on running. Awesome tips, I basically started running because one day all the elipticals were taken and I wound up really loving it!
I have decided to take charge of my current slow running pace and sign up for my first half marathon. SPEEDWORK – includes a warm up and cool down and 400 meter or 800 meter jogs depending on the workout.
YOGA – I recently fell in love with the benefits of Yoga and I started incorporating into my daily workouts.
Hello Sarah- I didn’t specifically set this up for weight loss, but my wife is also doing this with me, and her main goal is to lose weight. As someone who is looking to lose weight and isn’t really sure where to start this makes running seem a lot less scary and impossible to achieve. She posts her amazing CrossFit workouts and photos of her lifting a bajillion and two pounds almost daily.

So today, I am going to share with you a few tips and tricks for beginner runners and a fun running workout to get you moving! One of my typical running “fails” is that I start out on a run too quickly and then lose momentum and energy before my goal time or distance.
I’m very slowly getting back into running after an injury break and its amazing how running 1 min walking 3 and repeat can still feel good.
Running is the easiest form of exercise for me to squeeze into my daily routine soooo I do it even though I hate every minute of it. For me it was all about changing my mindset too as I never in a million years thought I could run let alone get to a point where I could call myself a runner. I just had a baby by cesarean 7 weeks ago and was just cleared for exercise so I am excited about easing back into running after 8 months of laziness!
I just posted on Facebook if anyone had any tips for me because I hate to run and wanted to start running because of how great of a workout, in itself, it is! I am still only running 3 times a week and focusing on core strength in my cross training workouts.

When training for my half-marathon in 2011, I took a short walking break every few miles – it helped slow down my heart rate and gave me a few seconds to recover before the next few miles. My biggest obstacle is running too fast in the beginning- without fail, every time I run I start at a faster pace than I finish. You should be able to maintain a conversation while running or you’re going too fast.
This is a great way to start and I feel like it is really do able for me (which is saying a lot) ill keep you updated on my progress and keep me updated on yours! For the last nine months I was able to be part of a dance studio (one of my life dreams) and I do Zumba at home for at least 1 hour to 80 min. But realistically I know this is a lifestyle change for myself and that’s why I’m so happy to find your running program because maybe it will be the one I can stick to!

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