Make Sure You’re Ready

You’re more likely to hurt yourself if you haven’t been very active lately, so take it slow, even if you feel great. If you’re over 50 and haven’t done regular exercise in a while, or you have a long-term condition like diabetes or heart disease, talk with your doctor before you start to run.

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