The Run for God organization provides resources to start a beginner’s running program at your church. Learn more about these resources.
You can learn to run faster using a variety of training techniques. But instead of relying on numbers (minutes per mile, distances, etc.), try running faster using visual cues.
Just because it’s cold, cloudy, and windy outside doesn’t mean that you can’t get an outdoors workout in the winter. Learn to wear the right gear.
Stop worrying about perfection for a bunch of unimportant details. Focus on solving your biggest problem or dealing with whatever is preventing you from improving. You’ll experience dramatic change as a result.
There are many ways to get going with half-marathon training. Here are the elements to consider when developing or choosing a plan.
Challenge yourself and motivate yourself to run without overwhelming your body and mind; learn to set reasonable goals and remind yourself how good you feel after a run.