Running For Beginners – A Beginners Guide To Running

Once you’ve read every word of this special report you’ll understand exactly why this is so obviously true.

If you can spare me a few minutes of your time now, I’ll explain it all to you…

As well as this, these great little strategies will actually reduce the overall time you need to spend training.

You’ve chosen to enter a 5k race so you can raise money for a charity which is close to your heart.

Perhaps it’s one that’s helped you or someone you love through a difficult time, or maybe…

You’re wanting to improve your fitness and stamina levels, so simple everyday tasks like walking up stairs don’t feel like a challenge, or…

You’ve decided that it’s time to lose some weight and take control of your health, so you have more energy, feel fitter and gain back some pride in your appearance and body shape, or perhaps…

Something that gets you out of the house and gives you the opportunity to meet new people.

Running seems like a good choice because you don’t have to learn any new skills, it’s free and you can do it anytime!

My husband started to use your program a month ago and the results are remarkable.

The task of losing the 15kg he picked up after he quit smoking was like a mountain before him but now a month later things look totally different for him.

He’s looking forward to his first 5k and feeling positive about his weight loss goals – all because of your How To Start Running program. We are hoping to do a longer race together in the near future too!

I have been running for a couple of years and was amazed at the new things I learned from your course as well. The section on how the body adapts to running was fascinating and the way you teach it is uncomplicated and really easy to understand.

I am a runner who has struggled with injury in the past and after reading the detailed section on injury and prevention I have a whole new perspective on my running and my body. I am also making use of the combined stretches as well as the roadside stretches you teach which have helped me immensely.

Your How To Start Running guide has been a blessing in our house introducing my husband to the wonderful world of running and it’s been a great refresher course and an eye-opener for me. It will be kept handy as a resource of information and inspiration for us both.’

Gabi and Jaques – London, UK Top Running Tips

NO! Is the simple answer to this and over the next few minutes I’ll explain why…

There IS a simple solution that you can use immediately to help you navigate a smooth and effortless course as a beginner runner. You’ll see virtually overnight changes in your fitness and you’ll bypass all the usual problems beginner runners face…

I’ve personally worked with many of these clients to help them start running, taking them from complete beginners right through to accomplished runners in an amazingly short amount of time. Together we overcame many hurdles and disappointments and it has been a wonderful learning experience for me.

To help future clients avoid making the same mistakes as the ones I’ve worked with in the past and to fast track their fitness and stamina levels to new highs, I decided to develop a running program specifically for beginners.

As far as I’m aware, this is the only one of its kind. A totally unique training guide that’s both fast and effective. It teaches beginners exactly how, when, where and what to do so they quickly learn the secrets of being able to run effortlessly for as long as they want to without injury, fatigue or fitness levels holding them back.

I’ve seen this done the wrong way many times by my own clients, in fact this was how I uncovered many of the training secrets and running tips that you’ll find contained within this program. But once you understand how it should be done, your training and journey towards fitness may well be one of the most rewarding and uplifting experiences of your entire life.

If you don’t have a direction to move in, how can you possibly arrive at your destination? By using a haphazard approach to your training, it probably just won’t get done. You won’t see the improvements you were hoping for, your running won’t ever feel any easier and you’ll quickly lose motivation.

With no one to motivate and inspire you with your running or a plan to follow you’ll soon lose interest and your new found hobby will be just a thing of the past, something you tried, but that hasn’t work for you!

At times you’ll find a hundred and one things to do instead of your running workouts. Work to do, the kids are playing up, you feel tired. But unfortunately if you give in to these distractions, your workouts simply won’t get done and because you aren’t being consistent, you won’t get any fitter or see any improvements at all.

We all know that people enjoy doing things they’re good at, but don’t like spending time working on the things that they aren’t. However if you’re going to get better at anything, you need to commit the time and effort to it. It’s very unlikely that you’ll be a natural who can put on a pair of running shoes and run for miles at your first attempt.

No, the truth is, YOU WON’T GET BETTER without putting in some time and effort in the first place. Probably not as much as you’d think though as I’ll explain later…

Anything that has ever been achieved in life was probably planned and thought out carefully beforehand. If you don’t have a training schedule to follow, a road map to success, then unfortunately you’re very unlikely to accomplish your goal of becomming…