The 11 Steps for Making Running a Habit for Life In today’s post I’m going to share with you some of the lessons I learned about building a successful running—and exercise—habit for life. So here are some practical tips on how to make running a habit and stick with it for the long haul.
Here is a 30-day running challenge to help you instill the habit of running into your life and help do it the right way—even if you are a beginner, and been running these last weeks or months sparingly. So regardless of your current fitness level, your backgrounds, and your age, the program is your perfect opportunity to start taking control over your health and start getting into the best shape of your life.
To build the body of your dreams, you need to follow the right training and diet strategies. Otherwise, no matter how hard you push yourself on the running track or in the gym, your efforts will be pointless. Therefore, today, dear reader, I decided to share with you some of the essential training factors that can help you get the most bangs out of every workout you do—whether you are an elite runner, a CrossFitter, biker, a complete newbie, or anyone in between. Without further ado, here are the training guidelines you need to build the perfect physique.
As a runner, staying well hydrated is essential both during the winter season and through the long hot summer. In fact, if you do any sort of exercise, drinking enough water, before, during, and after your workouts, is of utmost importance. As we are going to see today, dehydration is the recipe for mediocre performance and training disaster. And you don’t want that. Here is the good news. Staying well hydrated is not as difficult as you might have been lead to believe. It’s simple—once you start implementing some of the hydration strategies I’m sharing with you today. This blog post will teach how to stay well hydrated—that means preventing both under- and over-hydrating. So, are you excited? Then here we go.
Looking to learn more about how running improves your healtht? Well, you’re in the right place. In today's post, dear reader, I will delve a little deeper into some physiological benefits of running. These will serve as a catalyst for gargantuan motivation—especially when you realize that there is more to running than losing a few pounds. 5 Ways Running Improves Your Fitness, Health, & Longevity 1. Run away from Cancer