Are you a new runner? Whatever you do, don’t make these 5 mistakes.
1. Listen to more experienced runners.
“Old” runners will tell you about some boring thing called the 10% rule, not to run every day, and to do cross and strength training. What do they know?
2. Eat healthy.
Why run if you can’t reward yourself with gallons of beer and wine, or a dozen cupcakes?
Only weak people walk. See #4.
4. Slow down.
Run as fast as you can. Running should be painful and you should feel near death when finished. If not, you’re doing it wrong.
5. Run outside.
Running outside is for healthy-eaters who think it’s okay to *gasp* walk.