In case you are looking for the best way to start running, then you have come to the right place. Running is one of the best exercises you can do on a regular basis. It sheds mad calories, elongates lifespan, improves stamina and will help you get into the best shape of your life. Nevertheless, it’s not just sunshine and roses. There is a dark side to it, and you should be aware of it; otherwise you will be setting yourself for a painful setback.
How can I measure my training intensity? If you don’t know the answer to that question, then you are in the right place. Workout intensity is vital to measure as it can tell you whether you are training too hard or not pushing it hard enough. Do too much, and you risk injury and/or burnout. Do too little, and your fitness level will plateau, even decline, which is not what you want. One of the commonly used methods is the Rating of Perceived Exertion (RPE). Using this rating system is a crucial component of any training program—regardless of your current fitness level and goals. In this post, I will give you an overview of RPE—what is it, why you should use it, and how to efficiently use for maximum effect. So, are you excited? Then here we go.
Research has linked running to many physiological, emotional and psychological benefits, such as stress relief, reduced depression, improved mental clarity, etc. That’s why today, dear reader, I will teach you more about some of the brain benefits that running offers. So, without further ado, here are some of the few ways that running—and exercise in general—can help you build YOUR best brain ever. 7 Ways Running Improves Your Brain Power
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
If you’re serious about becoming the best runner you can be, then you’re in the right place. In today’s post, dear reader, I’m sharing with you more than 100 running tips to help make your workout routine a complete success. Follow these practical, simple, and proven strategies, and you’ll reach your full running potential in no-time. In fact, today’s post is the ultimate checklist for a stronger, fitter and injury-proof you, whether you’re a complete beginner, a recreational athlete, or a veteran runner. The 101 Best Running Tips and Hacks of All Time So, are you excited? Then here we go…
When it comes to starting a running program, being overweight can be a major obstacle. Nonetheless, just because you are heavy does not mean that you barred from the sport. The fact is, running isn’t reserved for thin people with no weight problems. If you are overweight, then running (the way I’m going to be prescribing it today) might be the right thing you need to shed the extra pounds and keep them off for good. Running is awesome. In fact, running is one of the best exercises out there. It’s simple, convenient and burns mad calories. And all you need is a pair of good shoes and off you go. For more on the benefits of running, check my two here posts here. Enter The Beginner Overweight Runner Program With that all being said, there is a dark side to running. In fact, this sport is high impact and can take a toll on your body—especially if you are really overweight and/or out of shape. The good news is by following the training guidelines below, you’ll be able to take up running, lose the weight, then keep it off for good.