We’ll get things moving by alternating running and walking, to get your muscles and joints used to a little low-intensity progressive exercise.
As the days go by and you make progress, you will be able to run 20 minutes without stopping.
But this is only the beginning, you don’t need to stop there and can follow a new plan to progress even further and take on new challenges.
Ideally, you will do your training on Wednesdays and Sundays, allowing time for your body to get used to this new sport.
Before you begin, get a medical check-up with your GP to make sure you’re not suffering from any medical condition preventing you from making the physical effort required by running.
The hardest part is getting started, but we’re here to help and encourage you!
Stay motivated and you’ll make progress!
Don’t try to go any faster; your running times will gradually improve!
The sections you run will last longer than a minute, so don’t start off too fast!
At the end of this week, you'll be able to run 10 minutes without stopping.
See how much you’ve progressed since your first session!
That's it, if you’ve followed the plan, you should be able to run 20 minutes without stopping.
See how good running makes you feel!