It’s free and mostly anyone can do it but where do you start?
Start with a S.M.A.R.T. goal. It needs to be specific, measurable, attainable, relevant and timely. Without a goal your chances of giving up are high! Make sure your goal is realistic – you don’t want to get injured or be deflated when you realise you can’t reach it. Don’t be too ambitious to start.
Your goal will give you purpose and motivate you to be consistent with your running. Remember it is what we do most of the time that counts, not what we do occasionally.
Running with a group, a friend or even your dog can keep you motivated.
Eat well and drink plenty of water to fuel body and lastly be sure to have good supportive footwear.
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