• Well, it's fairly easy. It goes a bit like this: You move in a forward motion, putting one foot in front of the other, rather like what we call "walking." Gradually, you increase your speed. Quite easy, actually ! I'm sure you'll do fine !
  • Step 1: Stand Up Step 2: Push your legs forward causing a reaction that moves the whole body lol Step 3: Try to move your legs faster Step 4: Move at a steady pace Step 5 (Optional): If you are a rather large person, throw your stomach in front of you and your body should follow lol Step 6: Repeat Steps 2-4
  • Take a look at the runners world web site, they have some beginners programs developed by some really good coaches. also some discussions in the public area.
  • It is best to start out slow and easy, like at a fast walk or a jog working your way up to a fast run. Don't forget to stretch.
  • Well, you could try left foot first, or right foot first. Its 50/50 here and there really is no wrong answer. JUST DO IT ALREADY!
  • i would just start doing it
  • first get checked out by a doctor
  • "Running" isn't a good form of exercise if you're looking to lose weight or just stay in shape. It does little more than a daily walk and involves more impact on your joints which may contribute to future deterioration. The only advantage walking has is that it promotes circulation - running increases the circulation a little more, but it also overworks the heart. As for calories burned there aren't that many. I walk when the weather permits and a two-mile walk only burns about 150-175. You put that back on when you down that energy drink afterward.
  • Best to start walking first if you are unfit, this also lessens the impact on your joints, then work your way up to running. Make sure you have a decent pair of running shoes, that help with shock absorption and supports your arches.

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