JANEY88
1,000-2,499 SparkPoints 1,598
SparkPoints
 

Running yes? or no?

Saturday, May 11, 2013

Hey Everyone, i am doing mu exercise dvd's and really enjoying them i am doing jessie wallace boxercise and jillian michales 30 day shred, but i fancy getting out of the house to exercise now i do some walking but i was thinking of starting to do running and was looking for some tips on how to start... like what running shoes are the best, what should i wear and also how do i start as a beginner as i don't want to push myself and hurt myself before i have even really got started! so if you can help please let me know

thank's in advance!

Janey
Share This Post With Others
Member Comments About This Blog Post
  • JANEY88
    I am downloading the app as i type this so i can download the podcast's, i like the idea of this as you say it will build me up slowly. i have a pair of trainer's i use for my exercise dvd's so will use them until i work out if running is for me, i will need to buy some bottoms and tops for the running as i don't have any but will go for something cheaper so if running isn't for me i can use them for y other workout's. then if running is for me i will invest in some good trainer's and running clothes :)

    Thank you for your information and help emoticon

    Jane xoxo


    1307 days ago
  • SCAREWALDORF
    I think a lot of people would recommend the Couch to 5K podcasts. They're how I started off 5 years ago! As far as I can remember you can down load them off i tunes as a free podcast. It builds you up really slowly, 3 running sessions a week over nine weeks with intervals of running and walking.

    As for what to wear, I didn't bother getting proper shoes until I knew that running was for me, so I just wore regular trainers. I would probably not get mega expensive shoes until you KNOW running is for you. That's just me though.

    Good Luck! xoxo
    1307 days ago
  • Add Your Comment to the Blog Post

    Log in to post a comment


    Disclaimer: Weight loss results will vary from person to person. No individual result should be seen as a typical result of following the SparkPeople program.
 

More Blogs by JANEY88