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It doesn’t matter how old you are…

This Learn to Run program is a beginner runner program!

You start gently  at a run/walk stage and  after 6 weeks you could be running up to 5 Kilometres!

Being active and running helps prevent diseases such as obesity, degenerative maladies and even cancer. You will love the freedom running brings to your life accomplishing goals and feeling healthier!

Learning to run using the 5K Run/Walk program creates a freedom within yourself  and lets you tap into a potential you never thought existed with running!

 Discover more about yourself following a Learn to Run – Run/Walk Program!

Why do we start using the run/walk method at RunningMySpace?

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  •  This is the easiest method to stick to in the beginning of a running program.
  • You attain better health benefits than when starting out in an all-out-running program!  The run/walk method is gentler on your body.
  •  It’s easier to see improvements along the way doing the run/walk program, helping motivate and challenge you.
  •  It’s a positive activity for your health and fitness by helping you eliminate stress and having you center on what matters most  in your life.

Here’s a sneak preview of the Learn to Run Program!

This is what all Levels will do before and after run/walking.

    • Do warm up and cool down walk. 10min walk to start – 30 min run or run/walk – 10 to 15 min walk after.
    •  Make sure that you total is at least 40min.  This what it will look like. 10min walk – 20min run/walk – 10 to 15 min walk cool down.

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  • Stretching helps your running program and prevents injury, so don’t  forget to stretch! You can find the best stretches here!


27 Responses

  1. Love how clear and easy you make it seem. Wish I could commit to a 10 min walk daily. I am doing a few stretches every morning and getting up from computer more often.

  2. That’s great Roslyn! Getting up more often is what we want and it all happens so gradually, it’s almost unnoticed! Stretching is great for all of us too!

  3. Sounds like a great program. For anyone who wants to learn to run I highly recommend joining a program, it makes it so much easier.

    I’m not a runner, knee injuries won’t allow it, but I did decide to walk 1/2 marathon several years back. I joined a training program and it was the best incentive to do it.

  4. Not a runner, but love to walk and think that we should run/walk always. I create the habit, when I’m walking alone, to listen the audios of my classes, and feel so proud of myself to make the most of my time, when I try to get in shape! 🙂

  5. Trying to learn to run but shins hurt really bad and I feel like I’m so heavy stomping down on my feet. I’ve been walking fast and after a short while the shins are better. What am I doing wrong when I run?

    • Hi Tonya it sounds like you need better shoes or your posture needs help. Are your shoes new and do you use them only for running? When you run keep your head up and run by lifting ankles. Please Sign up on the right, it’s free and I can help you with your program.

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