Now that it’s March, we can’t seem to get spring off of our brains. The snow is slightly melting and daylight savings time is around the corner. More hours of sunshine can only mean one thing: it’s time to lace up our running shoes and start preparing for the spring racing season ahead.
On the surface, beginning a running routine seems fairly simple; and it is. Running is one of the most efficient and convenient ways to stay fit. However, increasingly pounding the pavement (or treadmill) can lead to injury. Click through for tips to make sure you get started on the right foot.
Racing season is in full swing all around the country. For many runners, both casual and serious, summer means setting the alarm clock (frighteningly!) early on Saturday and Sunday mornings to make it to the start line in time.
Running is one of the simplest forms of exercise. All you really need are some workout clothes and a supportive pair of shoes to get started. For many people, running begins as a way to kick start weight loss and ends with a goal to run a distance race.