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Music has been the perfect running buddy since the first personal stereo, widely known as Walkman, was launched by Sonic in 1978. From that point on, we – running addicts – could hardly stand the thought of hitting the road without music.
Every runner has his or her own reasons for pounding out the miles. It could be to lose weight. It could be to get faster. But whatever the reason, keeping a record of your runs is critical to your success.
Learning from your last marathon run is an ongoing process as each marathon is different, run under different conditions at different times of the year, at different locations and at different altitudes. Still, with each completed marathon you come away having learnt something about yourself.
To ensure making the most out of your running while minimizing the chances of injuries, women need to pay attention to a few yet essential guidelines that we will cover in detail in this article.
Ask yourself: Do I take time to properly stretch before and after I run? If your answer is no, don’t worry. You are not alone! Most runners are not aware of the wonders that stretching could do to them. There are actually a lot of benefits when you decide to stretch before and after you run.