The idea of running is quite obvious for almost everyone who is thinking of fitness because it’s not only inexpensive but also can be done anywhere. All you need to do is look for comfortable running wear and shoes, and you are good to go.
Nothing’s a bigger let down than getting ready to go on a run and seeing that it’s raining outside (or worse). While it may feel like running is best saved for the summer months, it’s still possible to enjoy a run anytime with a little extra planning and preparation. Here are some top tips for you to keep in mind to ensure that you can run 365 days of the year.
Running can be a pretty simple sport when it comes to the equipment used. Generally all you need are a good pair of sneakers to get on your way, although some quality apparel and socks are nice to have too - not to mention a properly fitting sports bra for the ladies.
Are you half or full marathon training? How are those legs treating you these days? Sore, tight legs are a common byproduct of training for races of any distance. We hear it at Philadelphia Runner all of the time, “I’m always so sore after my long runs, is there anything I can do?” Why yes my dear running friend, there is. Compression.