nadialovex nadialovex 16-17, F 7 Answers Nov 3, 2012 in Inspiration

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get a decent pair of running shoes... start walking, a few km a day slowly work up to what is comfortable... then intersperse with a little jogging, then work up to jogging the route...

don't attempt to run from day one, you'll dissapoint yourself...

If jogging is not for you stick with walking... Its very healthy, gets you out and burns calories at the same time strengthening your legs and heart..

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start by running short distances and doing quick wind sprints to build up your strength, endurance and lung capacity Run one lap ON GRASS never run on hard surfaces unless you wanna have knee surgery later. then walk one lap, run another then when you are ready run two laps and walk one etc etc. always wear good running shoes too. 45 minutes per day-hour is plenty of exercise time 3 times per week

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Little of both slow paced x

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