Only add 10% per week to your running as you choose to increase, never more...so if you are running 3 miles now, you could add .3 next week, not a mile.
Your biggest investment money wise should be a great pair of shoes..go to a running store and have them fit you. Running shoes are much different than regular work out shoes in size and support etc...
If you do pick a run, try to do some of your long runs on a road so your body can get used to the differences in surface and how you react...
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