Member Comments for the Article:

So You Want to Be a Runner?

Get Started on the Right Foot


Leave a Comment Return to Article
Thanks for sharing this information because I am just beginning to train for running. Report
I have asthma can I run???? Afraid that I will have a attack.. Report
I have asthma can I run???? Afraid that I will have a attack.. Report
I’m using the C25K app to start running. It does a great job of working up slowly, so I haven’t gotten really sore or overwhelmed. And it’s free - I highly recommend it! Report
Good information. Report
Thanks for the good information! Report
LOVE this article - I would only add...let go of your preconceived notions of yourself. Running is not for everyone, but Anyone can be a runner! Report
Great article very informative. Report
More good information, thanks. Report
That was a enlightening article, thank you. Report
I've been a runner for the last 35 years and this is sound advice for the beginner. Enjoy the journey!! Report
Thanks for a great article. I just had a baby and am starting back into the exercise routine. I am just starting the Walk/Jog Your Way to 5K program! Thanks for great advice! Report
Good read. Report
Great article. Definitely agree with building the foundation first. It takes time letting your body acclimate but it's worth the investment. Also just got through the audiobook "Born to Run" by Christopher McDougall and it opened my eyes on many things running related and was also an awesome and well written book. Highly recommend it to any one new or deep in the sport. Report
I am really trying to do this right. Wish you were here to be my coach live and in person! Report

Comment Pages (2 total)
12 Next › Last »
Leave a comment

  Log in to leave a comment.