3. TAKE ENOUGH RESTING TIME…
Recovery is important as the training itself.
If you don’t give your body the #time it needs to recover from the workouts, then you’ll definitely suffer fatigue, decreased performance, loss of enthusiasm for the training, discomfort and finally a painful burnout.
Many runners ignore this golden rule only to regret it later on.
Therefore, make sure to space out your training days with a recovery day.
Doing so will provide your #body with the rest it needs to get going the healthy way.
Recovery days are mandatory if you’re suffering from any mild pain or if your heart rate is spiky.
You should always #exercise within your skill level.
Don’t push yourself too hard, otherwise you’ll suffer the consequences.
Running the right way is key to consistency.
However, speed of implementation matters most.
Therefore, make sure to take action on what you’ve just learned and remember to stay within your fitness level.
About the Author
David Dack is a runner and an established author on #weight loss, motivation and fitness.