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30 Reasons to Love Running
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10 TIPS: HOW TO START RUNNING and *LIKE* it! // Game-Changing Mindset
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How I Started Enjoying Running
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How To LOVE Running!
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For me it was about getting out of my head. Music is a nessesity. It’s also my me time. The only time I have quiet moments with God and nature. Figure out your breathing, set small goals to push yourself each time just a little harder, and stay out of your head.
I run like crazy at the end just because I know I can push harder. Learning to run is like starting kindergarten. If you begin with the fundamentals, you’ll set yourself up for years of success. It all begins with practicing patience, and progressing slowly and. It’s time to modify your training frequency, progression rate, sleep, nutrition, stress, travel, lack of downtime, the elements and more.
Learning to run by monitoring your pace is like being in love with a toxic person. With every stride comes judgment that you’re not fast enough. While you’re learning to love running, you should too — give up the notion that you need to feel winded at the end of every workout, and just enjoy the feeling of running this way. 3. Take short, quick strides.
Trying to remember 10 different form tips while you run is a sure way to suck the fun out of it. Run at a pace that doesn’t leave you gasping for breath in a block or two, and if it feels slow, that’s fine! The trick is to slowly build up your endurance. 3. Make your goals attainable.
If you decide to pick up running and your goal is to finish a marathon, you’re probably going to get discouraged pretty quickly. Once you’re comfortable with how running feels, try following a plan designed to make you a faster, better runner, like this beginner’s 5K training plan. Go. The whole thing feels like a failed effort. But a few hours after my sorry performance, Molly Huddle, a Rhode Island runner and 10,000-meter American record holder, tells me even she has painful.
Run with a friend, listen to music or a podcast, or occupy your mind by focusing on your breathing and form with a mantra (like, “inhale, exhale” — it’s rhythmic and enormously distracting). Try different running techniques, such as changing speed, running up and down hills, long runs, tempo running, cross country running, etc. Give barefoot running a go and see if you enjoy the change. Make sure to find soft areas to run on. 3. One way to learn to like a tedious, fatigue-inducing exercise like running is to learn how to take your mind off of it while you’re doing it.
Start small and work your way up. Begin with 1-2 mile runs every other day, and after doing this for a month or so, increase the mileage to 3-4 miles.
List of related literature:
|from The Migraine Brain: Your Breakthrough Guide to Fewer Headaches, Better Health|
|from The Cool Impossible: The coach from Born to Run shows how to get the most from your miles and from yourself|
|from Mindfulness For Dummies|
|from Mental Training for Peak Performance: Top Athletes Reveal the Mind Exercises They Use to Excel|
|from Runner’s World Complete Book of Running: Everything You Need to Run for Weight Loss, Fitness, and Competition|
|from Menopause For Dummies|
|from The Art of Running Faster|
|from The Incomplete Book of Running|
|from I Can Make You Sleep|
|from Hal Koerner’s Field Guide to Ultrarunning: Training for an Ultramarathon, from 50K to 100 Miles and Beyond|