Nope not a runner at all. Started slowly in June. I think the first run was not for distance or speed. It was a 15 minute slow paced run.I imagine you're gradually increasing the distance you run?
Were you an active runner before this? What distance did you start with in week 1?
Best shoe is the one that works for you.
I run because Uncle Sam tells me to do so.Where are the sites other runners?
Set some mid goals in there my man, lest you burn out over and over like me and others that struggle to keep running...
I'm following a marathon program on the Nike Run Club app. Running 3-4 times a week varying between speed, long, & recovery runs. It also has workouts programmed into it.Set some mid goals in there my man, lest you burn out over and over like me and others that struggle to keep running...
One thing would be to switch to training goals..."I will run X numbers of times/miles per week"
Running is one of those things that rewards time on the road. If you're lifting weights, you're wasting your time "just moving" (ie not staying focused and loading yourself), if your goal is bigger leaner stronger. Have to make them count.
Running however rewards slow runs even when you are just recovering and putting in the motions. So set a mile and/or number of runs goal and your other goals will follow.
impressive and I am sure rewardingI’m a lifelong runner. Love it.
I have run 5k or more 30 out of the last 40 days. I’m about to go run here in a few minutes.
I have two pairs of Newtons that I alternate. I love them but imagine they’re not for everyone.