Stamina, speed, power, suppleness and coordination are all aspects that you can improve with the right training. Following a training schedule can help both beginners and experienced runners achieve objectives. A good build up is the crucial building block in every schedule as it prevents injuries and provides the maximum effect.
Starting can be hard, particularly for a beginner. Prevent a false-start by starting off slowly. Let you muscles, tendons and joints get used to the new movement and use suitable equipment. This also helps to prevent injuries.
Your starting level?
You can find a range of training schedules online. Choose one that suits you. Make your choice depending on the starting level. It is only logical that someone who is already quite fit will choose a different schedule to someone who is not used to exercise. In the end, you’ll both achieve the same goals, but the pace may not be the same.
You can find a few basic schedules on our website. If you’re not sure which one is suitable for you, then find a personal trainer for a customised training schedule.