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Running and Walking on the Treadmill

An introduction to running or walking on the treadmill.<p>Not ready to step outside? Treadmills offer a safe, convenient way to get your workouts even when it’s dark, snowy, or dangerously hot out. And the music, the TVs, and the company of other people can make the miles roll by much easier.<p>Running …

Where Should I Run? | Runner's World

Running builds bone and muscle strength. In order to prevent injury—and burnout—it’s a good idea to map out a few safe, scenic, and traffic-free routes that you feel comfortable on in various weather conditions and different times of day. But what’s best—treadmill, track, sidewalks, grass, or …


A Guide to Common Running Terms

Running is straightforward. But sometimes the lingo is not.<p>Whether you’re a newbie or veteran runner, you should know the language. Here are definitions of common running terms.

6 Rules for Eating Right as a Runner

Keep it simple, keep it balanced, and stay hydrated.<p>When you start exercising regularly, you might have to revamp some of your everyday eating habits in order to feel your best while you’re working out and avoid unwanted bathroom stops. Here are some general rules.

How Fast or Slow Should I Run?

The trick is to find your "Goldilocks pace"—the one that's just right. Here's how.<p>When you first start exercising, you want to work hard enough that you’re boosting your fitness, strength, and endurance but not so fast that you get hurt. (Doing too much too soon is a very common cause of …

How to Start Running | Runner's World

Are you already in the habit of regular exercise? Want to add running to your routine?<p>You’re ready to run if you’ve spent at least two weeks walking or doing some other form of exercise (like using a stationary bike or an elliptical trainer) on a regular basis—roughly 30 minutes per day, four or …

How to Start Walking | Runner's World

Follow these steps and weight loss won’t seem impossible.<p>How to get moving again after being sidelined.<p>We're dedicating March 10-14 to beginners.<p>It's important to consult a physician before beginning a new exercise program.<p>"I weighed 400 pounds…and I knew I wouldn’t be able to be around for my son …