The first run you will want to start off with is a steady run, 2-3 kilometres if you're a beginner, 4-5 km if you're in the medium section; and 5- maybe 7 km if you're advanced. Remember, STEADY.
It is recommended that you get a running app on your phone, and maybe get a phone holder that you can easily slot your phone into whilst you're running. It will go on your forearm while you're running.
Warm-up: go for a short jog, about 400-500 metres, then do some stretches. Here is a useful one (there will be more to come in the next posts):
Happy running, as always!
If you want to get faster at running, this blog/website will tell you how to do it, whatever age or stage you are at. It will be split into 3 sections: Beginner, which will be for people who have just started running; Medium, which is for people who have done running for 2-5 years; and Advanced, which will be generally for people that have been running for an absolute minimum of 5 and a half years and up.
Remember, don't try anything too hard, or too easy for that matter, and if you get a new PB (Personal Best) write it down somewhere and see if, in months to come, if you can beat it!
Also, if the run scheduled on this site says 'steady' next to it, RUN IT STEADILY. DO NOT go over-the-top and run like you've never run before, unless the run says 'new PB' next to it.
It sometimes might include some information about your body, muscles and bones, things like why a warm-up is important for you, which you may find interesting.