Running does not have to be painful or scary. To begin running with as little pain or dread start here with my 5 tips to get started;
1.A Dynamic Warmup will help prep your body for a smooth run.
2.Talk Test means you should be able to freely have a casual conversation without running out of breath. This is your running pace.
3.Kegels are a pelvic floor exercise that you can do anywhere, anytime that will help prevent urine from leaking during your run. This is especially important for new moms.
4. Hydrate before your workout so you know you are hydrated, and after your workout to replenish any fluids lost through sweat and breath.
5.Post run stretching is a nice reward to gather yourself, catch your breath and help lessen muscle soreness.