So, now that you’ve got yourself a pair of suitable shoes and have invested in some basic running gear, what do you do next? As I said in my first column, it’s important to set yourself a goal. It could be anything. You may want to run 500m without stopping, or lose 2kg of weight, lose a few inches off your waist or hips, want to feel fitter and more energetic or clear your sinuses and sniffles.
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