• Set specific training and conditioning goals that conform to your needs.
  • Set these goals with a building process in mind. Make a reasonable pace.
  • Divide goals into daily, weekly, and monthly objectives.
  • Work to accomplish a defined set of tasks, design a program to improve weaknesses.
  • Running is low maintenance as one needs good shoes with proper arch support.
  • With regular usage, tennis shoes relatively have a six month life cycle.

Where can you begin?

Jogging: stay on sand or grass. Upper-cut technique with the arms and vary the impact on the feet, sometimes moving side-to-side or in a serpentine fashion to utilize the entire body locomotion. Lower heart rate by exhaling for five counts.

Running with light hand weights increase caloric usage.

For the experienced runner; combine upper body sculpting with jogging; being aware not to overstress the joints.

Approach training alone or in a group, both have advantages:
Group: gives a chance to compare your progress with that of others. In working with a group, one pushes self to keep up with the fastest in the group.

Other CROSS-TRAINING activities: aerobics - cycling - horse-riding - martial arts - powerwalk - running - sailing - scuba-diving - skating - strength-training - hydra-fitness - yoga


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