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Category:New runners

Articles, tips and advice for beginners – people who are still new to running, have just starting to run or are thinking about taking up running. New runners are advised to always listen to their body, go slow and seek advice from more experienced runners whenever in doubt. Listen to your body. Pain is NEVER good, do not ignore it.

Recommended reading for new runners, or those taking up running after a long pause:

How to start running? 7 Basic Rules to Making A Good Start
11 Questions To Ask Yourself When You Start Running
7 Mistakes Every New Runner Needs To Avoid
Can you start running when older – in you forties, fifties or when even later?
15 Frequent Running Questions Every New Runner May Ask

15 Frequent Running Questions Every New Runner May Ask

On the surface running is very simple. Basic equipment, simple movements, loads of benefits. And then we begin to discover one thing after another and, naturally, start asking questions. At times there could be plenty of them. Like a child facing a new situation, a new runner will discover many...

7 Mistakes Every New Runner Needs To Avoid

7 Mistakes Every New Runner Needs To Avoid

In the beginning most people know one fact about running - that it’s faster than walking. And that at times both feet are in the air. And soon you figure that you need some trainers, and that you couldn’t run wearing a thick fleece. Or maybe you could if you felt cold. Sometimes as a new runner...