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Discover The Benefits Of Running! How To Get Started, Lose Weight & Stay Motivated In this book you'll find everything you need to know on starting and enjoying running! How to get moving when you're stuck on the couch Why running is the most efficient form of exercise How to choose the best running shoes How to run during and after pregnancy How to easily prev Discover The Benefits Of Running! How To Get Started, Lose Weight & Stay Motivated In this book you'll find everything you need to know on starting and enjoying running! How to get moving when you're stuck on the couch Why running is the most efficient form of exercise How to choose the best running shoes How to run during and after pregnancy How to easily prevent common running injuries What types of sports bras actually work How to build up distance slowly and easily Much, much more.. Congratulations! You have taken the first step to start improving your general health and fitness just by reading this intro! Having the right mind-set and thinking positively is such a big part of running and, by motivating yourself to get active; you’ve already proven that you have a real desire to be a fitter, healthier and better you. I’ve been running for quite some time now, years and years in fact, and I still get a real buzz from slipping on my trainers and hitting the road or trail or wherever my run takes me on that day. But I was a beginner once too, everyone was. I used to think that running was a great way to lose weight and that was all I was interested in, but when I became more of a regular runner and found myself hooked on the sport I was amazed at all the advantages there are to it; It Makes You Feel Great The first one may be blatantly obvious but I can’t overstate how true it is. Let’s look at some of the science behind this statement. Running, like other cardiovascular exercises e.g. swimming and cycling, helps to stimulate your body to release endorphins, which are one of the brain’s chemicals known as neurotransmitters; they send electrical messages to the nervous system and tend to relieve stress and also pain. They can make you feel energized and often euphoric during and after your training and the effect is usually referred to as ‘runner’s high’. It’s a guilt-free pick-me-up! Lose Fat One of the most common reasons that women turn to running is often the knowledge that it helps to burn fat. But what are the figures behind it? This question is a little like ‘how long is a piece of string’? The number of calories that you burn will depend on your weight, how long you run for, your fitness levels and the speed that you’re running at. But as a very general rule of thumb you will burn an average of 100 calories per 10 minutes of running at about 6 miles per hour (which is about 9.65km per hour). So if you run for 30 minutes you’re burning the equivalent of a small Mars Bar. Not bad! It’s (almost) Free! What’s the saying? The best things in life are free! Well, running comes under that heading. To become a runner you won’t need to pay hefty gym membership fees or invest in expensive gear. Aside from a good pair of trainers and, for the ladies out there, a supportive sports bra you won’t need much more to kick-start your running. Running Buddies Running can be a way of socializing as well as a great way of getting fit. There are running clubs all over the world that accept new members; you can meet new people while you improve your health and well-being. It’s win win! Running is also a great way to catch up with friends or to spend some quality time with your partner. You’ll be surprised how fast the miles go when you’re chatting and enjoying the company of others.


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Discover The Benefits Of Running! How To Get Started, Lose Weight & Stay Motivated In this book you'll find everything you need to know on starting and enjoying running! How to get moving when you're stuck on the couch Why running is the most efficient form of exercise How to choose the best running shoes How to run during and after pregnancy How to easily prev Discover The Benefits Of Running! How To Get Started, Lose Weight & Stay Motivated In this book you'll find everything you need to know on starting and enjoying running! How to get moving when you're stuck on the couch Why running is the most efficient form of exercise How to choose the best running shoes How to run during and after pregnancy How to easily prevent common running injuries What types of sports bras actually work How to build up distance slowly and easily Much, much more.. Congratulations! You have taken the first step to start improving your general health and fitness just by reading this intro! Having the right mind-set and thinking positively is such a big part of running and, by motivating yourself to get active; you’ve already proven that you have a real desire to be a fitter, healthier and better you. I’ve been running for quite some time now, years and years in fact, and I still get a real buzz from slipping on my trainers and hitting the road or trail or wherever my run takes me on that day. But I was a beginner once too, everyone was. I used to think that running was a great way to lose weight and that was all I was interested in, but when I became more of a regular runner and found myself hooked on the sport I was amazed at all the advantages there are to it; It Makes You Feel Great The first one may be blatantly obvious but I can’t overstate how true it is. Let’s look at some of the science behind this statement. Running, like other cardiovascular exercises e.g. swimming and cycling, helps to stimulate your body to release endorphins, which are one of the brain’s chemicals known as neurotransmitters; they send electrical messages to the nervous system and tend to relieve stress and also pain. They can make you feel energized and often euphoric during and after your training and the effect is usually referred to as ‘runner’s high’. It’s a guilt-free pick-me-up! Lose Fat One of the most common reasons that women turn to running is often the knowledge that it helps to burn fat. But what are the figures behind it? This question is a little like ‘how long is a piece of string’? The number of calories that you burn will depend on your weight, how long you run for, your fitness levels and the speed that you’re running at. But as a very general rule of thumb you will burn an average of 100 calories per 10 minutes of running at about 6 miles per hour (which is about 9.65km per hour). So if you run for 30 minutes you’re burning the equivalent of a small Mars Bar. Not bad! It’s (almost) Free! What’s the saying? The best things in life are free! Well, running comes under that heading. To become a runner you won’t need to pay hefty gym membership fees or invest in expensive gear. Aside from a good pair of trainers and, for the ladies out there, a supportive sports bra you won’t need much more to kick-start your running. Running Buddies Running can be a way of socializing as well as a great way of getting fit. There are running clubs all over the world that accept new members; you can meet new people while you improve your health and well-being. It’s win win! Running is also a great way to catch up with friends or to spend some quality time with your partner. You’ll be surprised how fast the miles go when you’re chatting and enjoying the company of others.

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    A good comprehensive guide for beginners I appreciated the section specific to women's issues. Many books target beginning runners or runners of a specific size but few talk about the importance of a good bra and the different types. A good comprehensive guide for beginners I appreciated the section specific to women's issues. Many books target beginning runners or runners of a specific size but few talk about the importance of a good bra and the different types.

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