How to Enjoy Running

Whether you have run a marathon before or are just starting out, everyone remembers these phases of running. Within the first couple of kilometers, you feel an excruciating pain in your side, you can\’t catch your breath, your legs feel like stones, and you can barely move them. I can\’t imagine being able to run longer distances. But of course it is possible. Anyone can do it. It just takes a little patience.
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Let me give you some tips on how to become a better runner. Of course, getting in shape, drinking properly, and getting good running shoes are definitely important.
Although it may seem impossible, I would recommend running longer distances if you want to start enjoying running more. Our bodies store glucose, which is simply sugar that begins to burn within 20 to 30 minutes of starting to run. Glucose is used as an energy source. And burning these sugars at the start of activity is not quite right. In the second phase, about 30 minutes after you start running, your body switches over and starts using fat as an energy source. By this time, you start to feel better about running. Your breathing becomes more stable and you feel like you can run any distance at once. So those who have only run short distances of 3, 4, or 5 km cannot experience this kind of euphoria. Still, it is still a physical activity. The more regularly you run, the faster your body learns to switch between these phases and the more you will enjoy running.
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Just as important as the distance you run is the aforementioned regularity. Having a few days off between training sessions is always like starting from scratch. The body has to get used to it again.
If you are participating in a big race, you may have noticed that when you register, you set an estimated finish time. It is important to pick an actual time. This will ensure that you are in the right group and that you start with runners who are about the same as you. If you are in a fast group, you will be running faster than your pace right from the start with your adrenaline in full swing, unnecessarily draining your energy right from the start. You will get frustrated because everyone will pass you. If not, you will be unnecessarily held back by racers slower than you, forcing you to slow down to the front.