2. Start out in minutes—not miles
When you’re just starting out, “don’t get too caught up in how far you’re going,” Arzon says. “Think about 15 or 20 minutes, and tack on little by little.” Aside from the possibility of getting discouraged, if you try to increase the intensity or distance of your runs too quickly, you could end up suffering from painful shin splints.
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