THE BEGINNERS GUIDE TO RUNNING

Part 4 – Staying strong and moving on: the next step for a beginner runner

There will come a time, when you feel less like a beginner and start to really enjoy running.

Your goals may shift slightly and you may want to progress onto further distances or improve your time to achieve a personal best (PB).

 

At this point, running has become more than just putting one foot in front of the other and constantly trying to catch your breath. You’ve become fitter, healthier and stronger and we want you to stay that way.

 

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THE BEGINNERS GUIDE TO RUNNING

Part 3 – Running motivation: The essential guide to keep on running

Once you’ve taken those first steps out of the front door and hit the streets, you’ll start to discover the burst of adrenaline and release of feel-good hormones that come with running. You’ll feel great and start to enjoy the sense of achievement you feel every time you put your trainers on.

 

But, there will be days when you just don’t feel like heading outside, when it’s too easy to say ‘I’ll go tomorrow’ and switch on Netflix instead. But, as a beginner, now is the time that you need to keep the momentum going, to break bad habits and form new, healthy habits.

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Is your handheld device a pain in the neck? Tips for dealing with ‘tech-neck’

Tablet and mobile device use is increasing throughout schools and workplaces, and with it grows the reports of neck pain and repetitive strain injury. So, if your iPad is more ow-Pad and you take pain relief because of your tablet, you may be suffering from ‘tech neck’.

 

Neck posture tech neck

 

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