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Free Running Guide

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[lab_heading title=”Free walk to 5K Running Guide” css=”.vc_custom_1499858863109{margin-bottom: 20px !important;}”]This program is for you if you’d like to get into a more active lifestyle, but don’t currently exercise. [/lab_heading]

This program is for you if you’d like to get into a more active lifestyle, but don’t currently exercise.  If you’re not sure you’re able to run, this is for you – it’s a very gentle introduction to jogging and running. It’s designed to allow you to repeat any of the weeks as often as you need to until you feel ready to move up to the next week’s training.

1km is equivalent to 0.6 miles. For this training program, distances in miles have been rounded to the nearest whole number for simplicity.

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[lab_heading title=”Benefits”]What are the benefits of running?[/lab_heading]

Running is for champions

Apples aren’t the only things that keep the doctor away. Active people are less likely to develop colon cancer. And ladies, women who regularly engage in intense workouts like running can reduce their risk of breast cancer by up to 30 percent.

Burn the fat

For a 160-pound person, running can burn more than 850 calories an hour.

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