Running, generally speaking, is good for you (I know not everyone agrees with this :)). If you want to start a running program, but find it hard to get up and actually do it, this article is for you. Often it’s beginners who find it difficult to get motivated to run, but veteran runners can also find themselves stagnating. Here are a few tips to help motivate you to run, even when you don’t really want to.
1. Start Slow
If you’re just starting to run or you are getting back to it after backsliding, you’ll need to be careful not to run too hard or for too long. You need to build up your endurance again, and the best way to do that is to start small and build your way up a little bit each day. This will help to ensure you aren’t too sore to run the next day and that you don’t get injured from overdoing it.
Original Article : How to Get Started Running