24 Apr '14, 4am

Are you a newbie? Our SPORTS DOC'S guide to start running safely and healthily:

Starting a running program can be simple, but there are some things to consider before you launch your first run. First, is your health good and are you at extra risk from starting a running plan for fitness or racing? If you have no chronic health problems, you have never had any problems with exercise like chest pain/pressure, fainting or blacking out, or racing heart beats, and you have no family history of sudden cardiac death or unexplained deaths; you will likely be safe to start an exercise program. If you answered “yes” to any the previous questions or you are not sure, check with your physician before you start a running program.

Full article: http://www.runnersworld.com/getting-started/the-sports-do...

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