So you've decided to lose a few pounds and you'll remember how fast you could lose in the twenties running every day. That's why you blow the old sneakers, your walkman (remember the eighties?), And put your alarm one hour earlier to run in the morning. But wait!
While running is a great way to burn calories and lose weight, there are a few things to be taken before jumping into an unconditional racing sport ... especially if you've never been to operating surgical regimes or if you have not "performed for many years.
1 - Buy good shoes
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Current experts agree that good running shoes are the most important (and perhaps necessary) equipment needed at the start of an operational regime. Keep in mind that shoes in the budget range ($ 40 to $ 60) usually do not provide maximum support and cushion for your feet, ankles, knees, hips and back. Your body reduces the weight of impact if your shoes fail, so expect you to pay more than $ 80 for a decent pair of shoes.
In addition, you will find it helpful to visit a special sports port that fits a shoe that fits your cross and how to fit your foot. If you tend to push or suppress (how much your foot turns if you take a step), a good shoe specialist can help you choose a shoe style that will work for the way you walk. Of course, you can spend a little more ... but you save more by avoiding medical bills for plantar fasciitis and cinnamon sticks.
2 - Learn to turn in good shape
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You may have a tendency to run head while the ground is a few meters from you. As for the rest of your upper body, your arms and shoulders must be relaxed, and your arms should swing in a natural rhythm in a natural move with your step. When you get up, get your foot with as little noise as possible, with the heel that first finds the ground and then roll in a heel shape gently. Finally, if the foot leaves the ground, you have to go to football.
3 - Run slowly and follow the ten line
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You may want to start with longer runs, but if you want to stay healthy and continue your new long-term regime, you need to slow down and facilitate your training. Even under certain conditions you can literally walk before you walk. If you suffer from excessive 20 pounds or more, if your heart or circulatory system has health problems, be under the supervision or care of a doctor if you are injured in the course or if you are sedentary for some time, may have a negative effect - all of these factors indicate that you have to start a walk before you walk.
However, if you are relatively healthy, you still need to keep your race in less than thirty minutes early, and run for a certain period of time rather than a certain target range. Find out how far you can walk in 20 minutes, and use that information to figure out your speed (how fast you walk in miles or miles per hour). Because the so-called 'ten percent rule' is a great way to gradually get your body accustomed to your new race routine, and also to prevent excessive bodily contamination that occur.
So you have: three smart racing tips that help you start a first routine. Good luck!