3 Tips When Running

Jogging or running are both great forms of exercises. If you find that this suits your personality then you will see great results if you run on a regular basis.

Here are three simple tips that can help you get the best out of your exercise and help reduce the risk of injury.

#1 – Bring Water With You

If you want your run to be a success, you should ensure that you take a supply of water with you. It is very easy to get dehydrated so you want to have a source of replenishment close to hand.

You might be going for a run in your local park that has a water fountain but you should never rely on external sources.

Take a sip of water whenever you feel the need. This will also help to soothe any oncoming cramp that you might experience.

Having your own water supply is not just for people who are just beginning to run. Experienced runners should also stock up.

#2 – Dress in Suitable Clothing

If you are trying out running for the first time, you might not want to invest in specialised gear.

The right outfit can sometimes work out to be quite costly and you might find that you do not enjoy running. You do not want to waste the money.

One of the most important things that you should do is make sure that you are dressed in warm clothing when you start your run.

Wear a layered sweater that you can then take off later. Your body needs to warm up and get used to the outside air.

It is not a good idea to start running in a short sleeved t-shirt. Let the blood circulate around your system and as you warm up, you can then remove the layers of clothing.

Do not subject your system to contrasting temperatures because this could have an adverse affect on your exercise regime.

#3 – Warm Up First

It is very important to stretch your muscles before you work them hard. Your warm up routine shouldn't be strenuous.

You just want to let your body know that you are going to work it so be sure to make the time to include a good warm up.

You want to stretch out your leg muscles, your hamstrings and release the tension from your shoulders.

Doing some breathing exercises is also a great way to centre yourself before you head out for a run.

Learn more here in our section guide for How to Start a Home Fitness Program For Beginners

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