One of the biggest fear people have with running and exercising is becoming breathless or out of breath.
I have seen this first hand from working with clients but it is also one of the common quests for help I get from you guys.
To take air, oxygen, etc., into the lungs and expel it;
inhale and exhale; respire.
To live; exist:
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Karen Main is a Life Leadership Coach for people who want to lead a life they design and love.
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My blackmail to becoming a fast and powerful athlete.
Sometimes you just have to kick your own ass.
Even as a kid, I would do it without even knowing that I was actually doing it.
Your palms sweat, your heart races, your stomach drops, you are scared shitless and you have no option but to succeed. Because if you don’t, the result is too hard to bear.
Set a goal and develop a training plan that inspires you to work hard
My #3 tip for getting started in running is setting a goal that challenges you and following a structured plan to get there.
You have had your running/walking assessed, checked out an event, and you are still feeling excited about getting into running, now is the time to pick a goal and follow a struct
Running is a term to describe varying speeds from jogging to sprinting, so there are many different options that you can choose.
What event or race do I start with?
When most people get started in running they choose a fun run. Fun runs can be for complete beginner who is still run/jogging to elite runners who competitively race. There is always a fun run on of varying dist
Personally, I am sick of self doubt and under achieving so I have made a choice to choose self belief all the time.
We can not control what other people say or do to us, but we can control what we choose to believe in. And the most important part, is only you have the power to make this choice.
Why do some people set a goal and make it look like it was easy to achieve while
Have you tried to start running only to find you pull up sore, get an injury, take two steps back instead of a step forward and find you give up? You're not alone. This happens to way too many people. I have spoken with Ryan Twist- Ironman and Podiatrist who has filled us in on why we all need to have our running and walking assessed as the first step to getting into running. By Ryan Twist (Ir
So you're interested in running? Great! I have some cool stuff to send you.
First on my list is my TOP 3 tips for getting started in running.
My top 3 tips are:
Have your gait/movement and feet analysed by a professional.
This will give you an idea if there are any muscular weaknesses that need to be addressed to avoid injury.