An Absolute Beginner's Guide to Becoming a Runner
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You can benefit from just 30 minutes of running, 3 times a week.
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Invest in a good pair of running shoes and a quality shirt made from wicking material to keep you drier.
A sports watch and heart-rate monitor are nice to have.
Running will put you slightly out of breath when you start. It should eventually decrease. You should be able to hold a conversation when you're running a good pace.
Once a week, run a faster speed to increase your fitness level.
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