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5 Ways to Make Running Feel Easier

by Jenny Sugar
Lacing up those sneaks the first few times can feel so hard. Your muscles ache, your lungs burn, it's hard to breathe, and all you can think about is stopping. Don't give up! Here are five techniques to incorporate every week to help running feel like a
  • Theresa Verstreater

    5 Ways to Make Running Feel Easier. This is great advice for beginners.

  • Shahaylie Smarr

    5 Ways to Make Running Feel Easier 1. Pencil It In: run regularly, stick with a weekly running schedule that includes running at least three or four times a week. 2. Slow Down 3. Make It Fun: bringing your dog or best friend along, exploring running in new places, listening to your favorite tunes or a book on tape. 4. Hills and Squats 5. Don't Just Run: Mix up your cardio routine with biking, hiking, dancing, or swimming.

  • Tammy Freeman

    5 Ways to Make Running Feel Easier: In order for your body to become more accustomed to the demands running places on it, you have to run regularly. It's imperative to stick with a weekly running schedule that includes running at least 3 or 4 times a week. Ease into running regularly with shorter runs, and as it begins to feel easier, gradually increase the mileage per workout.

  • Felicia Duarte

    5 Ways to Make Running Feel Easier. Not bad ideas!

  • Trisha Patterson

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